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***** ?- ?? EdHariale * | tndlt? advertised ii I H ??MM quib a The American Point of View i ? ? and ?1 thai ? after the I ahou The - .?d more xvar a ' *as con-1 quer ? out to whir h f ?a-ert the ? o very if their pr ? ' ? - ? I any and .'. ? ; peace ?tvithout : ? jext, their ' ? All!' plain den and that Gem i 'h tin ? that peace doei re this, end, : t agree wit] ita eon tern pun.- ? terms tif peace , but did .-ream of pro] we muKt ? ?rest ii .a?t military f.. cat,?-.. In f ? the prime ? - --nac?is ? mdI irhen they \x. -.- : man:. ? ?ported ? * But they hare r ? . . -y. ' Dl allied ? kg to by the ' ' - ? hfl A'.iirn I '.any in ! ef the a - ment ha? La?. tor*,*, to make a pea ??ropoaa! ? . the Allied pre??- : i ' an be ? lenrollerns ?ri -' (i,.r ! I ' I b?lier? ? tacld them ' ?."troy <\? \ ?? , ? m- th.? Allies i ? ? ?? o v?1 they i I th? re =urrcn? ? ? ? ' nbune it ? -h ennh - its pei ??outrai " ? rmati proposal i? a tho mind ' ? teary tl y .... The world ts peace if pence ran ? ? . desire f ?al ?ro? ? 'i a moni?-' leration by t ' having i :,- ? ? - M the i entrais f^r a cation m ' tnnot i to 1st? :< to th?? I who have loyally supported th< I ?hem i. ire in t balance, hu' ? ? e pesu p safety ?'ion and denjoeracy There i chances, in the ? ay. The on? ? f Gen allies by *1 ns which are opp? ? Th ? ' aftei ?r ?rid m?i ' ring ? well mal ? W wars 1 ?iher chance lies In the d ' ? ? ? (?enr?an ?people fOT a pea? ' ? 'iermary, hut will renotu program:* rid domin?t ion of tl irdis and the Treit? '-. - fut th chance of pe<T*o will go glimmering if t} proposai for peace made by the '?erma rament, nt the instance of the Ge man people, and ?behe?**?*?] by the prop I an honest proposal, is met by sue - and such declaration on the Alii? -*Hnce the I'ermur. there no safety ex? . r,r peace r . to pi from peoples of Ei mil sm from domin, nd th I ? cannot f-heathe the SWOT 'hen drew until these things are a< Those who phared their principle W, wo In America wh I m and in Serbia the ol apaini-t tyranny, o ght, of democjacy again? ? :racy, d ? not now see those thing rently, ror <i?-.es any desire fnr peac be essential condition Bu1 j not have the Allies lo* mpathy of America, luso th? ? of real peace, by se?. nd ?the pr . they oui and, by rseel ing to punish German; - ? i'.n ?tr.d hut rei, do in ? ? their own ?anse i I the America! We ii - foufht the ' ? blest issu? ? ??upht. b'lt. whei . '??.i?k to punish the South after I hat a mess we made o it and what wrongs we inflicted. And h ire had to take our troops hom ?h work out its own d, had a rieht to do. rmany were wellnigh ron ?- ' It would he unwise to attempt t? sort that Allied news ? are now advoeatin, an nn<txmqnar-ad (?er many, Ftill In the posse-' ? ?and ? ? ? itary col! ? .... ? at h'*r ????? lation, her f fend, is such that her surrender it ?imminent. Tribuns sees | real situati?-?:i is ?thai the Gei?l ? -, longer willing to bear the ? war of c ' ? hen this Ii ? the Gi .re now unwilling tr? ue In a war of defer ?e, h war for -- ? -?-ntloTi of what ?. rman life and ir ependl The that the Mli." nr.-- torri : he Zeppelin I ss b? en Prit ' recruiting agent: will ' now perform the ??anre ?m fi?] .??er ? Prussian militarism'1 Britain's Future Naval Policy Admiral Kalau I il?-.' specul ' ?? the Hritisli ih-et .- ?being little . in effect, than s reeiteration ? and fight. Huh he expiait:??, the pl.tr, hai he.'ri t?. '?ut in the ?light of rece? t he supposes '.on, British will !*<? ?guided \ri'i he ,'ulil avy arill hail wit! ? * . ? ?it mind o? ? - ? IB) ." He i*? pi iming that ? will I?? m?,i r general arming ?if m>r .? tightening of the ? tWO J'<U! * t '?-atio'i Hut if by 'cool calculation" be ? ??.sur?* action u .. favorable to the G-SJ | mans, there la no reason tfl belies?! that hi? conjecture ia ?ound. his prediction i? lased on a dis cussion that VM provoked in the House . - ttjo b) Lord Bydea ham and I?rd Beresford. On that occa I .'tun. en hrhnlf of the A.i ? ?;k to disp? i eertaii ?hat had a? ? : -? -railing nava. ; I I to the i-n-.iri ni that German**' ?TM threat ,- - -h lapresu , th? last two years there had ? military pu* 000 pe? ne, 7,0 ton, . tioni i pU?i ?I'd 1,2.50, With regard I terted thai th? Admirait]* ? ?m actual break xnth neutral countries, and finally he repudiated with emphasis "thai it xxa-i ; destroy the enemy." It that Mme '?? clara! this l- considered advisable - to ihe eingii short time apo by a latr? 1 [j ? Lord of the "admiralty, bul ?I follow in th?. .n ? thai x?-*1 are to precipitate challenge of the -Gern II the Get ; ai Retain the Mail Tubes tests th? ? mmitte to authorize th? Post?nica Department to clr??e the posta' six months, a well ? ' ' umatic ti. ? ? St. I oui acl ' ' ? ' Pot ? and other city, an?. I ? If Congr? ? - up I oral Bui " ? ' ' ' don??, there will be a vastly flr-f?t of mail Btit<-m"bilo truel throutrh i Phere will he. according to P"-tr?,;i-'-r M ?eriorated mail will be, according to Com? ' ' i a vast ; traffic problem, xx ir?? an almost certain increase, of i deaths, do? Incorrigible speeding propensities of th? driver a huc-r vehicles. That is, there will h? Ir.nVtr.i on this city, which so far as the Po? is concerned, fs a pold mine, a ? In in had weather, less cor>'l In any weather, end perha] than th? present one of th.? scant meai tdging; ? 111 ho Impost pro? id ?? handling of s - : ? : hieb the tram?- "-quad ? It is to . the lntei New V.ir. Cil tl in the e Committee an?l the P eral he The Magic Stove We 1 - ? sor Bhowerman, in "Country Chronicle/* of early Wisconsin, that as far back In the night of time ea the Adminis tratiun of Garlield ' essiona -. ?- In thfl ????tu try ?-hire. Tl e chaffing of fourth class poetms their g . n.?w filling the land In of ?hit- ? es, i? ?going forward In much the same ? thai the ? - ' ? Garfli I was F - ? ? ?? with un ?laxx.-ii : If th? ha?, fired up al la I. wl entary pra?rtice and could be reduced to -rystera ? ment in a manual. Vet this I hardl) the challenging about the stove. It is nol of the ? of the m?" out of an eaper and Dipping air distant neighbors gath gcther t.. flex tlieir finge? In the warmth and toast the Soles of tli^ii boots. I? i ? be xxhole story that there is a morn eaaioa and then an evening session and that few are membei nor that a an<l in'' I other liuiirs of the day. . erben t there. Kven wrien 11 ? immer, in cellar or al ranged belo*a ? the cha ? '?? ' '-? coffee mill and ''ifrar I ??? igaii it the pile of overs . I to be. 11 it of any sucii sea*, with a moment to .t the absent fuel bon or lean in?*- had against th? t inter, all theirbrowi gravely toward the \\'h ?? then7 \ syml gh it may mes ar.'l . Irawi ' ': .ea ?'- ? ? ?ght, i?1.-, aa by i rmmon eon .-ont. for the c'imfortiritr brotherliness that i? fundamental in even th?- dreariest munity of ? To Raemaekera ' io. is "noutral"; yrt clfar ' | >r><" and for Franc?-. Talk? a I ? tly lance r "Kultur ff!" ... : raac? Tn li. ? ? land that hell I ? ?jearl Ala?, that v.. ? , - i o'er ? of Marne Blind t? I -t.famx ; \ nr| in m I I ! i.l 1 A ?M' PEACE WITHOUT PRINCIPIE Why Amerksns Should Uphold Allies in Preferring Wsr to the End i.. th Mitel of ; "ht fi baa? ? ? We America' . have giv?n the it ? . denee of .- n las In th? present v?r. Amrrirari m-r.-'V has flowe.l liks into France ?nd Bl ig! ISS ?nd - Thousai irons American SOBS save died oa th? bat? ?fields a! Frnnc-, and many tboosaadl . Allti turn . '. it.. ?I ?er . i and ited " AMI?? th? bet that was la ?nd whtv sh'iuld be the ol . , ? ? try, i ? : : .ei ?ess? " ssay ? ? tl ? ida, sr.d continue ? of in? discriminate human it] II is perfectly rhing In the \ A sol? and ?' TOI . Nor no? ?hi? -Msuatblng * II ? n pi ,? a ?iearh grapp'. w hich scouts s; -? i inanity ?nd ration. Call It (..erman militan? spirit of Thor: , . ...?, ,h? world *' I ?? ?hall njt.. ? imph W? Amarieani t to see IS not make the error .>.' lUpposing that -.!, militaria-m mi sns thi notion. 1 he pug ? lie? believe, threatei ? I - pe, ha? lor.. ? ?? ?ht, for ? Germai When . luitoua g to which nil ? ' rated m bo reauers 11 forget to da] ici Bees of ?,nr ? ring of the "Bati and th? - Do wo bel s that thi ? ru!? of fi rehlog on''T Bha thi ... I itela see no outcome more r present peace' D . the a!xtl? id and ? peace prop,,. -men bure.. ? ?? mur - - ? . people of ? more compel?mp. I ? rise for . ren with eoatinued ?ii from bondage throuph eoi I -.?ar" ? ' ?? ' ?? neu? tral nation M -'uenco amenity and civilisation, a measure of ? ? . u? to day, tl it did r rinciple, or .- war ? And can we -, wo not, in I of the min* ?? ? Allies, whose province to make formal n plj n ! EM! MILLER. Philadelphia, P For German Parliamentary Government me i r editoria leaded "< on Ih1 ?nd Illu?orjr" vou pear?. Bul ? ? rp; about | r the inl . - . v . K .-overiini'1!!! in I Italy and Lngland. Russia is adopting it. I war. -???? In favor ??f ? ilbility ? ? i iiat m?an? on!; (1 .?ri manufaeturlnj? munitions and '.raniin? m?- ? ?nothi - -'ii I.hi:. Colossal Effrontery rribune Pacifists will r peace proposals, but they - ( (iermany d that th? ? ? ( for ill I but s ' ? ? ' C Instigate 1 ios becar. nfTianimou - rejer?r,l ?'?mar,;. r?i ?o k-??p ? h?! f?be pained and I !'>?t to the ' preno itWT ",?' f? How ?Di??, ard there are t??h CO, are mo ? -a of build?a Bril eal offer, -i-town, N*. J D-K ? Refuse to Treat With Hohenzollerns To i ' In r?p'y to von Rethmartn-TTo p?ace pronunriamento why should not tl ins avertie to j ig ten ? ithernl ? Bteteo, oad svos Turkey and Bul-j ? rn dy - ?I be a replv wo | Ml .'If. r i?r ? | ' ? peace. ' mtrii "n't you arg? '? | Call the Game! . proposa . oi .1 ?ho is I ?? ' *?"' Mi I ? K H!, Dei i . ; AMERICA, TRADITIONAL AND ACTUAL I* It Not Time to Collect Our Thoughts ?nd Organue Against Disaster?? German? Must Be Treated as Germans tai ai 'i ka l> baa? ?F? i? poaalbls thai sul 11 sea I h? a young; strong, free and united p?-oj r? liai? mithin?; ?n ?rive" toward niediatio '? I? possible f"r crrtaln ?mphatli reessi I? fervent yenre plea ';.-. Hertha Ru Pul?, r, ut tli<? Ariir-riran Neutral Coof?r?B Committe?, Illustrates t?a peculiar danprrr p? aro ? < time; tl sl !y and fronomtcal ' II G '?' ? n the par?o?: of Mr. F,r? "I- on!? ?! 'I k.'.mi a. . .?.?n. trad? ' i ?nd ' Rerierous antreta of pa? eure ?nd mo ' ? -ti pern.lt th?m.'' Yet (ha paciti Well?. h??.nu?e I I ml'?' of this pa ,? irar, redeeee discussion of 11 ii eeneluda int to unity th?? w.rld. 'i ' ...... ntimenta! ?nd many, a (lermar y wr-irir?c uniform, h??r own, up'.ti th* nc-k - ?! i, ? humiliated mankind. It a i>rab! pect. I bad ? woi Is the (?fttnan mind a An? m ? ? rhaT't-e.i ? ti-mp-r i ' ? :r> yo'ir pap?1 i? . 1 of worse atrocifie, iny n;a;, n ?-'.' ?r.? iiosrenro in n ?rhem - rod, making for pose? x , doe? not take Into aeeoai* iting danger. Fo ? remain n mi nace. ?i ?'nom ou ? ?r-ek rreoii? ...... . r and i t think! ?ii ? I to this mei o reah Vx i , ' ? . I , -. thing U Il I -.ro. no1 ? ng a nobl? pence v ? ' pros? tiled, base Most th? German mind ?(.-hem'?. Ameri i defined by history a I c able capitalists ciebatinir whether ro? ?ring ?ther h??lp will g ace, r. tel .-nnrerned, and ?xll ?? hut kno- 'it that ?rhieta pivr-- them where . .., n? Invasion 'hat have ght the ho?' of ;?i> - . ? f tl d fam Ifon who - ? ? -? ? ;??? ? ? ' Mew York, ai'd * mob snfl ir motor b? itel ? ? n the White Hoot? ?fbrauhauser and that xou . -, ? The America of tradition, about wh d, M supplanted by an America of ? - 'he suffer:?' been for nom? time, and ?loyal Teuroi.? ?i ?ovo to our government ait in?-r? blanre of purpose. There ?re thoie who I we should be at w?r with (i?rm?ny. Th? tea ill we car.'t be According to at*ti?tici, there are not I? than ' n five hundred tkouseod o foaiSOd (i?rm?r.? In this country two Uva bandred thou??nd potential traitoi Don't take my word for ?* ike their ? ' ? rn.an-Americsns " dec?an th? I f the ? t the 19 I are a peop!?- that ran lo< upon s gloi post and can - I ward future, a? American?, on the other hand. ? are merely an unknown qua I jrre lumbla of thia land." For such i i there eon be no sentisaeats tenuation, it is ? delibern" ori?r?i - honor <?f an o?'h 'he k;rd of r . n diency that la!.1 wa?te Pellfirirn, with'- . Of war'? excit? ? time: "Ti race ? .? Aill be compelled to c thro i. rican soil will I. KO throng ? monism wil aoda a ri ? r this worl < ?'rmaii; ?tn will be the problem of iierman the globe " in this u a ??. ?, beat :ard? i and our GerssaaS openly ivwwiog them ?elves. ? ft nre no longer ? whispei I ... forcea b?v? worked over her the war started, li available m ? boo, eosl i I ? ??. from Marr Th?re are ?n tl -?--.?. MM 0?r ?? '. -x -tco ?19,000, The. coofossios of ? '.erman ?err.., aervica Captad Papon, sa i ti tho pi et of an inv??ion o '.erman reSOl ? ' now not only an o'. propaganda, but an srmy large anough an? igh ? to pi ? inada C" - ? more of a p*-opo?i eo! ought our fine mind? have uncen - I ' is re? ? ? imi i Presid? ? 1 our little prop la? The balance of power over here ,?T>>'d by any combination of in nirly enough 8?<i without oven to. te regain II v* i ihould have no concern now with any other ? ? i - I rteoni sm ; ? Is our duty to our children to mob , more than ? barrel-head chant. Coat we learn to regard "Ameneaniim" a? somi i our lives'* ? au't we re4 ive "prepared ? reason s' riously and ru dos - ? is oath of allegiance '.' Anything ?a better than a ' *y < " ?nd '"or oi,r own tiol wet Iv i Germai 'mind. . we have to, bul crush ^e must, let us give over German tradesmen and if any remain Gi We ca? Let ? tmeriea all an- luding those who cam and f? .- ?> prior to I .: Ito a? ? r? force against that fore which ho? ited Belgium, and i? n?rw established here. be treated ?s German?. It - security as it is the security of the world. R. Cornwall, N. Y., i?ec. 12, m**. NOT IMMEDIATE PEACE Future Establishment of World Court Urged by Woman's Peace Party ? Ti ' iman'i Pea? on of 'he advisabilitj true, drop* tailing of names but. usually br i?. The only trouble. Is that the '? on that subject ?ud ied no hlnl rork for th? fun,' ? ? of -.. "?rnattnnal ( , ?he Woni.it: P< ? Woman? i I ' I ; ? ? . pn t to invite all the ??rea' government? erld to ? pre -.- Stives to a conteron?*'* for the : lanning an International court of ? ?ider the question of I sment" The? eould hardlv be a pros? .re in a process Involv? ing ?o mat! -? the I nel question I reached I 11 to simp'.?,- an ef rward and dctine the verv isas ?o much t.. love, and which shs ? completely ??e ex?bera Only we ? Of the ty will 4 r that th? ? Wha1 are th? Allie? it ion or I hall pay ? -d ar ' tine mornit | that the ? ent - promptly when I icy ate eal ?d. What pa and i ? ? ? to ?in li to keep ? i-.r from becoming a sordid matter of and commercial treaties hv ? gerenta keep 1 'hem. If it i?, to be like a "?hopkeeper" 'o "prefer llitary strife," then let m ?on their civilized ?HARRIET FOX WHICH! As ' Let Britain Be Magnanimous ? bune. snt articl? one m to-day*! Tribune b] ? n of all your re? i?r?. I> ll diploma. : of the tru- need? of the hour, an ' thy Pi ? rid. ?"'?V- iflory If ? ... uf hut 1 -" ' ' Mi?? I ? eche ' ? rhrlstms ? M I II??' ? NO FAMINE IN IRELAND Some Facts Tending to Refute a Recent Rumor of Crop Shortage Ed 'or of The Tribe Sir: Cons ig daily ob? ??orbed by a section of the American press i g out the fact tha* Ireland is fast ?hing a famine, owing to. as all arti -in-. out, the complete failure of the ri .?. of 1010, Il should be borne In mind ? the p"tato crop provides In r. considerable measure the diet of the nobody can bo foolish enough to be l! though the crop of 101S should compl?tait fs ? the eoajBtr] would b - a stale of famine. ? to he In more or '??? 'oneh ?? I un of the Green ,im reliably informed from official and ?ther trustworthy source? that though Ire? land i* no diff?rer,'? from every other coun? try in the shortness of it.? potato supply, ther the quantity ror qual'tv of the tuber leriousl] behind the product of other ? ;?r?. In (*ounty Waterford, for Instance, 'he yield i? held 'n be of even better quality and of larger amount than last year, which was an average crop. It may be ?-aid. however, that the present tOOS in the Dublin nur belie the ?tatement I have ju?t I ? - ? ? sn ine the fact?. Marly in ? ring the Ir'?h people were urged to ? s and other toorN?uffl in greater ? r?. He den of small farms, in well ?? residents ?ri cities and ;??ivn?, were part i -ii!arl v exhorted b I I that whenever po??.'hl.? ' | be l?rt to vield Heed was taken of thai ever;, availa! .if la4?n or gar?i> cut up to i? .r potatoes, cabbages,1 Bui it may be said that the existing price .?billings per IIJ pounds indicates a ??hortage. Yes, it doe a ahortags al ? ? market, tor when the farmer who usually laid ? acres in potatoes saw the r knota or the lawns of the townsfolk ired foi pa stoes he turned his attea? g other crops to take the ' ??"? And ? On other r'arm .'id ? PigS form one ??? for the Irish people, of whom 75 per eont live directly off the land. The - -.? of pig? foi ItlO is two and a th? average price foi toi .-a?-. rom the official ligures famished to me ? redaction of this form of preda eased bj ; pal cent for the Mrst nine this year compare?! with 1915. Butter ? an important oooot to the farm rnmunity ot Ireland, and from M OS? [Oblo figure- I can state with ,- whils the lupply from Irish ? .n b) slsSOSI fiO per cent the ? i likov/ioa advanced more than 100 ten ,-.e ad riee an.i prodnctioo, a:,,l the Irish '.i day ?an ?gel a-, much for a cow as - * for a racehorse. ; sbsdy ojasstioua th? ?uccess of >rop are selling to-dn. Ilings 10 pene per barrel, as sgeinst ?; shi: ? - - labor - . I much exes ? re on ? ?ring a fomiaa a .-n the ? Siga Sl th.,r c.mrg. . JOSEPH P ? "l.l.l.v Ne* Yoik, I'. , -, ? 110, "WRITING DOWN" TO CHILDREN A Peiiimiitie View of Teitbooki at? b?t Whole Art of Teaching ? ' a? ? .n?. ?'.' r? nra? ? '.- ryt^aX* ????ho .i.?, t that th?j textbook ,.?a| )n public seb?ele la perfectly ad< .,-? - B foi th? gTO'ax-lrg .- ' 'rtn ? thould like -o be perrr.""'? a fe*, wordi ?o?. ? p?'. of prof-.i -,-a a ISflMNt A teslbeek Is seaeel sgwi - netssj?_^ ' ' ?' e IT, :r.di -,?* ft. I , I embed ? ? lysteui te wl mind ? ? ? he "tag . ' - J " Vhelfl m?. ? a? th.-'. ?? ,-,,? ? <.<??. " ' ?; enea froi i i know.- |g f geegrei ry, or tritt i th? c??e maj ?-,,! if, .- : te hold "the hook** ??? ? '. *, a *,r feet model. The main thing for ?-? ?0 ?v., rxample or learn th? capItfl ' ? ? **gAm rot tO SI .? ?"o'-1 r th? meaning of ? ??rt wr.o protest that I ' ? ' - ? i" are acteall) ? il i saderstand li ho? th? ?? -, . to h? ? order thai reeg th more ea to be dor? at all. ? i nor? difficult-, n-id far mor? impo-t ? '. .-.?tead of b- / ., .? ?ra Moelly si ?-. . his ?v II ' ' -. ? . a-? eaoug - ? | nal . ' ' tineei i ??? f?e?<j ly for the use < ' .-. I. a- ' . - ? ?>. ? tinco:- fly, as it i . To adm-.t ope: - that T** u:,ii?r?'ii : ?-, ' ? pr-x'ifr?) of '???ion irso'};"- .- ?- tr? ??-?' reeg. .- - ?' : ' harm / . '?need In thi upon the ] ok author. .?r throw ... te-fbeoka ? - rioit bin, ra'her than thwarl ? -nentt! prr,|rre?s Is this manner. Have th? '??eher? prepare 'he lessor, th? ?? ? ?i varied ' then think ft - presenting th?. ? Even ra than a'. - - chil? dren hio|. ? what ' ??.-' *r ?ml -??doc? amber of "I otti ? t'n ' ? M " ??? th? .- ? ? and a | - ' Ph i Pens . r,<-?- H ? Better Go Slow sao. E r: I -?>? by Th? rrlbnn? there -??_?-? ment on fool by th? Progressiv.? of th? W?-. ? to gobble tip th? G, 0. P and formal i perl ? rdam ?ern ideas and eharactei Read.n.? between the tinea, one ess ? v that at this early dax- ?he mr. lias beer, act in motion for the D " ' Hiram Johr-"?n of Californls -r. ?ency. If such a i.ioveme- 14 bl ?aceeiaful thi? same H-.r*.: *ould f?rr paigi ? r, Cl arle? K :' . a? ,i I would would lh?>e *he ?ame ,:-?crepanry .?,. Hiram Johnsen ?s Califor I .,-ain?t ?a K. Hughe?. Vtj Ith th? rrotrre.-nvet || '? e -he? njlt or ruin, and -v- aeed see leedaea - '?? Room I ? eel si >?? ?'?' and ? *' forth ?nd b-'re fruit to the ??'? ? I o? our , loved I I have vo'e.l the Repab".*-?- I M t*r Iba pa?t forty years, and I am in?*!- proud ?f ? party that ?aecestfuliy put do-?*" rebeil'or. . brought ?bout ?pecie payment and tiroui* jit? protective policlet standardized our du ufacturera Hrtd m echar; let tr.d eau??d th? wheels of induttry to ham and our co??*?* fo protper and prog-rets, ?xr.d that would P?f mit no insult to th? flag, or eile* Aratrlow lives to be ?aenflced. There are thoutaadi In the East of the tame mind, sad If '-'rae m?t* if neces?arx they will pay their re?p*CW t* Hiram John?on and "?he nsaealy Wut" I* ?uch an emphatic manner as sot to b? ni*" understood. BOl ?* West n? babea, N. J . ' m* ' Uasightly Roof Tank? To the Editor of Sir: Why do ?r - ? I t-***!??-* apartment I e?AS ? tl c I I '"bbiti ??? iwotl fronti ?' ' ?""i !toa' r n i-v. n o*? a ?, ,1,1. ?? .. r, a?, ?.* fjSfl IWall Tl ' ?- -" ?-*iXB mm* eenriage, end tbei ! and ?tu ed, high en the roofs wate r? ? ?. rj red ??- '? be eeea tn almo- ' ' the i-ourage ?nd initiative to do di?fese UJ ?i whet all the seat hex- Old wen mW-- ?. a matter of cour?-? bscaflSI <.-*?? i >uu i i. iirr . it?! ti ?Ahile. New Y."-*. Dec. It. ' Consider the French Chef! be Editor of The Tribu ?every on,- ; esesplais ght b? a eiaable ? *T_5 < Erencb woman leeda a ftta? > of .,??..- *' ***** |1; br.-ai.l. , i cents; butt. I ' tg%' , eraag* '.?!?. - cent? total, J?*? Th? ?? heir There il na iwUI ?? I i i-KK ??? made and the *? " Th. ?im? '? xn>* ?- rice, petatees, taaca^ ruin ; . n limi ? ,??.** XXXI ? I?0\?. I Newport, It I, l?cc 13. 1?!*.