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also ???'led a? ciid chRrgf? f *??-?*-?-. ot ?\??->r?np the dip', mat? ?represei l , arc ar? and among .??**?? in the StAta IVpartmert there a ore opill on a^ to the r<-?*l me. ing of Pras ??? v\ ?.??- ? rMtea ? . -err: "it r diation or ? ?at ?tatemr t. ( I n.ilir???! I word? WOTO autioui Iff | ( - ?? ;,4 step r-d'R'ron. Tt-tnamtaaion of Trr-ma Th<?ro \4?? j, frrat ?a sior ? ? ? ?' ? er ths bell rssvats a ?Stetes -'.' - ta ten ?poe "ahi-h ? fht ht mm it tin the general bal ?*" that an IHM I Ml t at I s he te ->t I I not publiahed, but they mig-ht be tnu nitaad ?-? at*nmei * TiVr** wm no rionht ;n any ?lipl ?-. to matter h -? It i? ren sed thi aas re| ? .ij'iin-"?." .-.I thorn In hi* ly be i he mediator uaeleaa. In thi , ? the g - P the Unit? decide ?*,< * r ro4rorii th . ? ? . make net ? ? I? an .-if a Hi ee . ? . . ?Teal ? ? - ? i ta temar mitt*? h: the Arm: ?.rnfra ? ? ?ilv t< f the ? -.-.t Briti 9 ? - In.I in Sight . | ?. h ?? -? War-h the Am? eat he f th a w a r al aai ?if hi v fitu?. ? are I . . .r once .- ;c, are .-. uh.ch ? ? ? . eoatiitioaa ? * I pe? ?; ?ttiiu*!?* in re , iiipporl ' ??. r n 44 h h t a ? ? . ki ? ? -a\ lia Il ?i '? th? ? i ? ? r ? ' . . ? . . - ?il by ?a ? I I ansing Tells Envoys ?. v f xpects Frankness lu- . ; I ?????'?? ? - v ? ive mad? .. | ?. v WBI ates wai I - g itself late a el? a- ? . r a?, n- ?i ; . rata ... . ?. ? . r ? . It? iur*-oe?< al 1 Preetd? I ? *?' ? a ? the -pin OB pre ? '? a- -r | >?*-.?? aspect? I of i '?? ras, m -????'-. I .mi? I o He Sei ret i fell ? . ter? that ? h I? ?tatem? terras, asp? ? * e ter be p?*-se,i along ? ?I estchanr? ? ... i a? the day bi ? . ?. . stary Lansing the BI I - ? -rerenI eounti ??? had called ? ? ' - ? eting? between ? | ? .. .la'e? .?d to? an '? 'i e. :-.. doubt where 1 i the relations ol reen the two gi , Relation? with Bat?ate '.?. from a litl ? - ? ?.V M ? ? ? ? ?n?-i ? ?i month? ? irei l.?.i\e ? t. ion settled out .?f ? he ' entrai Powers. how? ever, and pa- . n the la??; month. a dec ed feelin? on has been -? ding ol abi ul a dosen ii bmarii kins f tl ? all - ? andenes oi I ? . It hecs- . hat it is on the - ? BtTJ may he bet ween conflicting he , ? ? |i ,< orge "a statements ?nst a'.'. Bril - will be net ttie apparently - n ?'? 'TeHt such ?hip? a? Hal Sing on sight, hss ? ?; that it wil be easent h. -?r *he safety ot passant**. ? i ai >? n ?om? flat distil tions as to ??? ? ? ,,re private sr.p? and wh?- an i i .es. WILSON'S NOTE STIRS BRITISH ? ?int.ntie?? trnm tail? I ' nitod States It ws? jn?t the fea tl ng would be doi I ; rump'r-d Lloyd (ieovge to give -,. ? ? ervTow, ? ? ? ared that ?he war must ?. * nish to a knockout." : a fnrtn-.eh? of ? this couni ry hs? beg '1 he boI ? ropi ke a thunderbolt from the blue, a a nat : through another p? ? ' e vari"..? fact ?on! U. S. Already Answered by Premiers. London View i London, Dec -?. In government rved i e ? ? VY ilson'? i ot? I ? ? "j8$ - - .4 VICTROLA for Christmas M a ? ' > tang national wholesale nod retail die* '?? butors of Victrolas can offer you right up to Christmas lar?-?- Btocka of all modela from ?$?50 to ?fSOO. A Small Payment of $5 will brin"? a Victrola Into your house in I imp for Christmas. For Delivery is Assured ?it' ail Viet rolas purchased here until closing tints to-mor? row. ITiii servit-e includss th?- territory covered by our ^'??nf-i\?' delivery servies Manhattan, Brooklyn, Loner .-?land. N?*-w Jersey, .Mat?-n lsianii, Bronx ami Westcheater. fS IV or? h of Records may als?? be charged and included in svery Victrola outfit, both Victrola and recordl to bs paid for in small monthly paym-mta!?. Fir.t Gallery, New Building. John Wanamaker Broadway at Ninth Strrf-t. New York ?? ?a o' V?*W? ?- ' '* ?y fa pablieati? i ? - the i aris? ? ? alte ... . nn.l In P?n to ? . ? ? publ ? * \?. lemb , re? 4aaei wa? ? ' tl-.c ' ? T1-''*" * ]a ell*?*? ed thi not* a -, Pr?mien' ??peche? taawei i II || n deratood * ?. rirclei thai delivered arithln tl e laal ? -<? spokesmen of all th? I ? enta, th. latea! by Pi ? ,T- - ? . har ?-.- r*g and ?Alii c?? i ?i - - e mevem. rep si of tl ? -> \ nd pro H Wi -?'. n\<! wil not that, whil. L-rrrl ? th? K ?-ne ral ' ..--.- ! ' ; ta'err example, th? ? ? p, ? ? i - ? ? ?. .-an ?? the '? **ai r . ar dill erencea in the , - - , Franee, other eo intriea, *-o th? r?-piie? n I .?i*""? 01 ? tl particular? of rap? rity, they wil I not be Too 1-ate. Saya Mall It "Di .-. M?-l" ?ay?: ?? ihe gii-hrp-' tttonithmei ? r. th * country by the new? ? ? Preaidei ? ol the I i ed Statei .-. | detpi the AHie? and ?nemy f?OW? , mi pr?ta? - I ha opl il eom? foi ? their term? of : ? "it contain? the indivldaal advl? ? <? Preaidaat, ai d la i si to as regt as in ar y itnat constituting a di matte arrempt at mediation. Th?? d rti r? dently prepar???! he .iyd (?t'orne had u'.Hred hit ipeech Tuesday The re.uli been aBSWered before - r the All lea' tel mi al p? r ?" all. ?\.,r ?| ther? any possibility of ? ? dering ?peace in any form until ( many na?. retired within her ? bonier." 1 nfortunate. Think? ( hronlrlr? it of the t* ha? r or been given oui for p ibl catl j ta eoi - ' ? ? kn?awi newspaper?. The Parly i hr"-irle ?tys to day: "A- ? Lib? -? made a Bpeclal feature of ng Gr*a1 Bi America cloacr tof-cthcr. and throi report i arel a- good has ch? pioned the progreaaive deali of ? t?d Bti ? country, we i oui f r ' Atlantic to .. American ?t paper in oui general ??n ha? been c ?ua'?-(i 'o caus<? s<? much pain, i merely to E?n**li?hmen but ihi lugnont Southern ard W. ??rn Europe, "Thi? note i?, in effect, ho4?e different he il? intent on, ?n npprn to thht lately rere.veil from Uerli Not Baa?! on Humanity Sa g thai ? not ba i i inity or ii '???f?. th< Da '? taya: "We !?rt- bound *o observe that W . . ? , of the Belgia Routed dent W ? nevei face of ?; ..I oppr-.inK?? interven? . d not ii ? un Inault, bul the) lliaulting rone tin- leas, and i'one of I ? : r ? ? ? et ?can be ? spei Ii them. The pood Intentiona o ol mpugn, Behind ?.'l it in I roai Inoppoi * unei ? ,-.??? of the ?tateman . :? t profound n N.v- Warna tajainal ll.iste "The Daily Kewt," whii ? it ?.. pa? i ?I among the London new . "No on? ? ..ri fail to tppie m? rit .n whieh the propoial i? niH? .-r t?? tpprove *i.eutioui which it is couched. The hiator*. ?? . .n hi owi : ??. ? and 'ao n ?' tervenl "From our fide ,t wa? the rrj Europa Line?la, eapeeiellj ia those ?lay? wh? the cauae ef the North w? throuph itF d^rlr "Mr, Wi'sor: || far too wise to ar that trouble to the enormous burdt-i of the nations eiif-age?! in the itrugg fur liberty not ley? ?Ital and far grea er. He i? taking soundings If I finds ti.e water ?till too deep ha 44; v,:thdra?* his plum!? line and wail a more favorable spportttBity." I he B*wapap*l sa-.s the I ehtinl I'ov era would ?crept thi- not?- eagerly, ?1 ?? ; '? th ell arrogant ton?- the do? lid not i?e barre?! ana boltkj ? heir face If they have t?m..? to off, the Allies should table their <i?n pr, posais." Ill Timed, but May Serve Good End, Liverpool Viev Liverpool, I>ec 21. "The Toit," n feirir?)- t?. Presiden* WilMn'l not* ?V| ?resting thai the belligarent? naal anewa lh*ii d**lr*i Mnceraiag peac say? ; "Preaideal Wilson mual r.ot be ?u I if, a? far ?s rhe Alliai 8re tur cerned. - ??"?tion produces ?tat? mind contrary t.? that at whic he a.' \ ?it I readily aii tie Preaidsal credit for the ?seal ? intention? hat they will be jus* wondering whether, fiom * ? 1 4 ?w, th? ? ot? 1 net parti? timed and ill-judged "On the other hand, there - paaaibility that Mr. Wilton' effort are directed toward eliciting from Her ?arm? ol p*ae*, araicl '?er extraordinary ap caaei parpase mty he lervi BERLIN DENIES OFFER IS TRICK < onlloueil from pa|. I ' wniilii give tl,,. ?.,?? j,o?. libllity lor a rohe*'. through interna? tional av'M'cnient, fr.?m the heavy armaments, both on latid and ?Vater whuli have burdened the Europea,. AS for ho inns:. If pence ?hould rome only after ?he crashing of on.* ? Ii claree, th i ? i Mbilitj ? ),.4.e 1 ?fwren the ?.,. * hea\y ?.rmaments i*.??uld be perputuuted. BORAH BLOCKS ACTION ON NOTE Refuses to Permit Senate Vole on Measure Indors? ing Wilson Action SENATOR HITCHCOCK DRAFTS RESOLUTION Opposed on Ground That Senators Had Not Time to Consider Matter \\ | h iifc- . ? An sttemp* ta ??-?i nlted States ?Senate indorse ? - on'a pence r.'.t. ? ? ? mude this morii.ng by Senator Hitch - af Nebraska asking inai imo ia nsent that It be ?? '? Mr. Hitcheocl intro a Ing rsoolnl 01 "Thai the Senate itTOBffl) indorsee approves 'he action taken by the denl m sending d pion il t notes I ta the m siig-gi-stirg ng the Aral ?tep? ?n .- lea ? i" arrange the ? .. ? ... ? he >? of I he Pros rhelming pub tent ?!.!.? and sarnesl desires ??' ? ? ,? r ted Statei Senator Borah, of Usho. abje? '??d, i reaelatiofl aenl to thi- ? ommlttee ob Foreign Hein tions. Senatei Borah later msde this i ? -,, i he Tribuns coi i espeod ent : "By objecting to ;he considcrs'ion of the resolution this mom ng i ?I ?-1 not. tend in an) sense U P ant, He h?s Dl acted Ipon full infor? mation and after long and mature re flection Hut when ! in?* ? vote in ? r, ma ttei af thii I nd i.If -i-fl. ' ?-. idgtnnn? and : ol some on-'- else 1 r^ad the note on my WB1 '" 'he Capitol, ?nd had only psrtislu read It, at that. "Por the Smiate of the United StatOI rr?, forma, a theal the ?i'.gh?e?t eonald eration, with no poasibls tune for re? *'? ? on, to pus? s rosoltttioB embody' ing a perl '"? Rr move in so stupendous1 a r?inT*? , ! eonvlel it of an ut'er ?rani of nnpreristion af th? delieata men doua problem with which we are dTi g '",?.'a h!' -rant peace Nothing would nd.i nioi^ to the happiness of our Christ m i ' ? than 10 feel that it was an the way. But I think it will genera Ij I ? o,needed that to want P? tee and to secara II are tun differ? ent propositions Hie one Is a ques? tion o! sentiment; th?? other requires ? t of judgment "1 sonvtime? think we do not appre? ciate ?.? nut this arar i? about, We aro ? ootl ea in Europe thai we limply want peace regardless of the worth of it, the reliability of it or -he honor of It, If such an opinion of out atl ' ide selfish, ?upi rfirial and Of the ."uture obtains in . We will have b,i< little it.flu mo when the vital hour comes for ar'ion. ?I rr>prat. I do no? find fault with th? President Bel I want to be in? formed myself wh?n I take pin: In thi proceed agi I .imply do not pro pose to caal any vote or take any ?-tep myself until I have jriven th*? mat - deration which it is possible for rr><- tr. ?;;v?> it." PUNISH GERMANY ? IRST, SAYS LAW Inntiniie?! from i?n?e I ,, (sin >'.:r\\ a proposition would be ? d b-a virtual unanimity. "I ;.m not prepared lo face the prn? ? - ?? of a military decision, which a war of attrition, anleai 1 am there is no other -??ay out." Mr. I . peech to itei d were eountry l be all the blood and treas ? in the war ?.. . i hav? I-* sfl ipent in vain. "It ? nil Very well to ?ay 'let ns per p.-aci.' Ves, bul term? more binding tbsn ?'<?? ?'ne preteetion of ?h? of Belgium? tan you come to Bl ona OB paper or bv prOmisei that will give us greater ?e curity tbsn we had before 'his ?mr* "Nol thil r.stion sione. but the neu trsl nal - il, I hope, understand ? t i ? at which WB have now ai - i :ved. Germany ha? made peace pro? posals. Ob ??hat basis* On the bav.? of ht-r victorious armies. "Is there a n.an who. considering the eondltiom under which the war WBI I upon u? and the conditions un .?? been .-srried on . r ? believes th?? th? d?- g inaeeuril let from ?'??"?" b we ha ?-, i SB I ???'? ' Bl making 'he Oenasaa reallM thai fright i fulnett ioo* nut pay. thai na ? 1 I? not t?--?rig te rule ? I? ?? ? rid "What ?re we Ightlag for' No !??? tery, n01 -.rester ?trength a? I nstioe. ' We ?i? righting for hr< things for peaee now and for lecorit; or peac? i ta cerna '? thi e remember i-hs? has happen*' arai outiagei la Belgium, out r.g, bj ??' ? and :"' ?I. maatacroa ii a | , (lermany could hav? topped b) ? ?? "''I ,}"''- realltt ?Hi? I he war will ha-e been fought in vain ? -, a n, unless ,ve ran m.-ik? a || ?' ? Shall never ?<*?in be II a pewei of ?nv *'?te to do v-rif <?? i bal ??l? ,,,.,,-,. ?.. eome la this war on tni i ?, that "; ?? greateBl ei ima in th? ? ,-., absolu tel] ,,,,, ,n || edl I' It "'?? ti?r" ,"*1"* 1 t p.? B1 ? II *;1 the nation? in the wor.? 1 eefl be madt te reeliae thai the? r.orsl fon-e? tnu?t be vindicated, then nc., r , ,- ?.. - endarii g r? * ? BRYAN LAUDS WILSON NOTE AS HARBINGER OF PEACI ?Aire? < ?ingrat illations to President (onfident <?f Oiilrome N aahingten, Dee. 21 PrealdoBl \S i ?en to-day received ? telegram fron ; former Secretary Bryaa, eengratnlai i bii Bete te the belligerent * I I*- Ml ll' "Yon have rendered ?n iavalvabl? s??- lee '<? a \*.ii ?nicken world in ask lag the belligerent nation? to set fort! ,n ?peril".? term? tht ."nce??ic ? ?.- deem aeeeaaar] menl of a laal ?ng peaee euld he a reSection upon thl ? m to doubl thai the* I the ends for which they me nghtinjj ,i ?., | -unie that they have SBy pur pose? which they are unwilling to reveal. I ?? \ definite statement by both sides, i no nistter BOW fsr these eUtemon's be apart, v 11 r ":,r ?he air and I afford ? baais for negotiationa, and : when negotial i b??-rui they are not likrly to U IBtil i.n agreement :? roaehed, because neither side will enl i" assame responsibility for continuing the anspeekabli horrorR of tins conflict, if any reasonable term? : I '??!. "Accept cordial congratulation? and my earnest wish for the ?uceo?? of ?he movement which ."'i have hud ihe honor *f> inaugurate " ?? a Kansan Hits Mine. Floats; Many Oie in Disasters London. Dee. -l ll.< American stennn-r Kana.m ha? b?-o!i damaged by striking n mine, a?eoni.ng ta repor*? received to tiighl from Nantes, Franco. The bow || itova ?B and .u.e bold la flooded. An eifert ?I hei-ig made to re? move par* of ner cargo and take her to dock in tha' port. It i? add?-d. The Knn-an, a vessel of T.bl.'t tuna owned by the Atnericar. Hawaiian Bteaiaahlp Compaay of New fork, sailed from ii,,st.,n sa December I for St. Xazare Nines or torpedoes accoijn'ed for ?he loss of nine oth.-r vessels, while a tenth v-as sunk in a collision. The ?os? of i theae ?... kings is teported to h.-.ve been great.'? than usual The ac? tivity ef submarinea has .rcre??ed ?o much ?hat. several French merchant? men ar? reported by "lao ivg-aro" to i SVC taken on gun? ami i-.mmunition at Berdeaaa receatly to defend them seive?. Several persons were drowned on an Italian steamer repnr'e.l to have been m collision wit!-, the French armed cruiser Frnest Renan. Ihe steamship, which was carrying; Italian soldier?. home on leave, was eut in two. Another vessel i? reported to have hit a mine 'n the Adriatic and sink with it.? entire ere?. Switzerland ad? vices ?ay that Lieutenant General Ban the Italian commander in Al? bania, ?aii drowned. Fifty-nine person? lo?t their lives when the Russian steamer Bktftel was ?unk by a mine near the coa?t of Fin? land, according to advices from lopen I Bgei Only one peraoa on board i? believetl to have been ?aved. Rofrano Defendants Freed .losi-iih Brondini, mdiete.l fer mur de in the first degree srith Michael A. Ri "rnro. who wa? tried and acquitted, wa^ released Trorn the Tomb? vesterdsy by Judge Sott in (.eneral .Sessions at request of Diatriet Attorney Swsr.n. Similsr action was al?o taken in the ca?. o?; Balvatera Carica, alleged *<-? ??e?- indicted for tir?' degree murder. FIRE RECORD A M '< -ilr.1 ??? iinkr.'.im r on? '. ??? MS W?e ??'?. at aakne-a infltri fi* . a? Jnt-.n .'ornmo. trtll'.r.t ?.- lui .?.???? ?<*u-. ?> nn?r-aRQ infliai |:M :?* l*a.-k a? ..?oras? 1. WT.'lam. ftC nno III M ??' . I ?-. Oaorr? Onea; tnflint ? tl ??.': W?bat*f i? T. ? Brani Mn ?*,? t??-?. irlflln? ' I --<? at .?ajnua?. (??han. tnHli.f I- M . *? Ni tamisa h .'?.t* PSrbaV; Mttaa 0 lltl Vim ?,. 1*h? Bmr.i, Cnxo Shmldl Iritis? MM II?i?a??c a? T-a RriKii. n.gai-.t la Un? . irlldi i <" !-*? I" . ?? Ml? I? ?halailr Til*, i ' >- ?? W?| ITU ri t.."a te*,"- ?Ce Uifl i ? II 4 IN??- J-tli at. . Ho-?: (Mthtra. txUltno ?1. W?a- MB ?-.. Mr HtiauiMr. tr-.fllri? - Br?s4wsj. Htm T..-.. lall ? a?. ' ?! ?*- r rri/lmi ; no?i-??, <i2. .Nurtt. R.T?-. rea o' w?at Mt ??. trU_ ( ? ? Hi nu- tot ti . Maesa tatst', tnc*.-,? In the Soft Glow of Christmas Candles FULL dress suits and dinner coats in which you have the luxurious feeling of being correct to the smallest detail. Fashioned for men most accustomed to evening dress ? who demand perfection in tit and material * * One 160 Full Dress Suit, its style equal if made to order would cost $100 or more? with all the latest points observed. Others at $35. $45 and $55 ? not merelv flress suits, but intend? ed for the man who knows. * * Tuxedo and trousers, $33.50 up. Full dress waist coats, haberdashery and jewelry. The correct silk hat Weber oS) Heflbroner Elevort Stores 211 Br-4|jwi- US fco**-,., 775? BraadwtT 110) Rroadway AArh and lUoadwej 1*61 Br-aadway *>8 Nat-au ISO Na-aau JO Corllatdl W Bioad A2od and F? Are CUmmm ?Ir/a* Ml B ?... I IS) I tee, tSaeoi B *-.? S*Masd '<+? A.? GERMANS BALK ATWARATION' British Indemnity De mands Impossible, Says "Tageblatt' MILITARISM UPHELD AS NATION'S SAVIOR Rlocked Allies' World Conquest Plan, Asserts "Vossische Zeitung" rierlin. Pee 20 ?via ?Leaden, D?f 1 ?.'- Berlin pre-?, arh eh eomn i only fragmentan!;/ on Pr?mier I lienrge's speech this morning, beeaUB? only aaaefpta wera available, now v ? the entire text ?ml ?lev I tention to th*? ?abject Tl - !-??i?e pr?s? lrt?!?- tarpriac ??' Premier'a ttl tuda, althoagh ranal d??r why he believe? that entering iili A conference -.voulil place ?he rv ' h?Ri| in a niro?,. I.loyd George's references to rest:ii ton and reparation ara? Bnlfonally in '??rprptr.l a. an Kntente dem;?' ?.'?rmnny surren,I?t all o.-.-:: .? t< ry and probat.1) pay an indemn Il Se*a No Hope of I'eare "I.loyd George is not willing *o ne? gotiate, or willing only In case that Germany will submit to Kngland's de mand? a-? summarized in hi? .it-eranre? regarding restitution, repn.ru- ?l guarantee, ?ay tha "Tiijreblatt. make.- the chasm lietween the \ and German standpoint so bread ' not even the most cheerful upt:m.?' can find a way to hndire it. Lloyd Georga, in atipuletiag 'he aaeeptan? of hi? conditions before th? opal of negotiations, ?hows that h? dl wish to negotiate."' The "Tageblatt" conclude? by r.? I | whether all possibilties of p.a.-* now vanished, and answer? it? own ??uestion with a farnt.y hopefal refti ence to various French Bocialiat, Eng lish and Italian voices m showing tira' the peace overtures nre not judged bv the public exactly a? bv th? Parla? ments. In the view of the ''Vossisch. 7. Tung" the reference to tha r< ? nothing more than a Itcogl I Kngland of Germany's ?trength hr*<1 ?? ? failure of the Bat?ate'? asilil ? prise?. It add? that rot ? ?ingle Lloyd George*? ?peech ndical desire to repair the torn int?fl muntl threads, and asks why the hn tent? should star.d s,> stubhornly foi rettltntlon and reparation when it ?. highly improbable that Alsace can ever he eonrjuere?! by France, Constantino pit by Russia, and that it i- e\et? :m prohahle If Germany can be drr? of the conquered territory If..Id? Militarism Kortunaf-? The "Vosr-liche" contend? thnt it ?? a fortunate thing tha' Germany po? I? -a, militarism to withstand tha' ?elite's tmbitiMi to reach It? world goal." The most significant sentence in the "Deutaebo Tagea Zeitun**" it count non Revantlow'a comment on Llojrd George'i reference to Napoleon. He ?hvs: "< on riitions were ?litferent a century ago, find, above til. there were no -uhma rines." The "Kreuz Zeitung" is flatly pe?.-; miatic. "Wo have now learned." it says, "that our enemies do not ?ant. peace, but wtr to the knife, so 4. e ? ahtndon all considerttions and gra..p all the means of war al oar dial i ajlVERTIRKMKNT ' ADV! RTI?*rMKNT r? %WMxhUnq tc (fo_ %m?T 564 566 ?-.oS??yifthApfnU/.'^ 46*" ??? ?V7?? vra, c/r/r brtpart? lo supply~ J/7f?-M?/ude need?a* c ll low ens Smartest mJflpparel m? cfaskonaHc ^ars U) jww asQifts ?radicat or for persona I us* durinq ilxz *\:Ko lid ay Season j Special arranucmonb havo been m ade to complete alterations th I tune for Christmas delivery SEE CONTINUING PROSPERITY HERE hxperts Tell ?Salesmanship Club There Is No Busi iiess Menace in Peace ? ill not bring ?alamltOUl result? to Amen aVB been ?>ic'.;r. d sin I rollen I Ita wake, in the ? Idreased the ib st the ? / and | .res ?r? back saaert The newly found potency of the \ry.c. ?bable mag ..?der? fro-? the ?!?? ? Eerepe Were . m port an' tetes would -, BCB. Of I'O.-er'v follow ? ?larationi of peace. Gardin, ?ics-prs ?..iet ? >>f the :?: - - told ' ? the Ben .. r| r: ? .. (j,.t a i ? viewed i'h Amsriean countries, which ? only in contempt a condi he mid, would continue Will am ? ' ornwoll, of .1. B. Harn.? A Co., ? Ibilit :es of unex? pectedly l.i ? . order? hemg im media luted for the suri . ? been or -greet benel t to bo??.'' ?aid Mr Gardin. "It aa? mih.1i- ?he ?icliar fa nei : I wai held in taace t bet it gave ? th American countries ran ndre . I dollars, H ;. . Tl'.e bis ?-,' in? . , .1?;. eeast of tbs South American COnttl vis -.ver?' ablo to "fee and ; roducta easant ial to humanity. Tha doi'ar. prier to that ? me, ??*? held la each abaolute con ' - uollar exchange had .0 be v.a? impennded, ;i"d snt Of a purchase a heavy premium was exac'ed. Thi? d iparity ... disappeared and the dollar '-, foi - - full con'ent in ! Hear Them Side by Side Lr\ kk? m:< ?mn i> thf. vie- I l??K ?ATAI4M* IS ON MU I WISSNER Itole iioontown laeeof '?? ?s?l i^_? elebraterl Rover?_I 55 FLATBUSH AVE. ,??.? m. BROOKLYN ?Aarereom? In New Virk 1er??? tTtJ. IVesrerB ?i??? ???her ? .'I?? "I* il '.rue that the ?hoclt of plunginf into an unee-faln'i? such s? ?Meat em bring must hsve its result." said Mr. Cornwell. "How long thi? will I sit M on? can predict. But after thit It II P? ssib'e that the same factor thst asds ?he, prediction? of 1914 turn ont ?s true the enormity of the war??'11 ehaage the expected result. In othir word?, may rot the vast destruetloa which has taken place, excorppaaied k* n drastic drain of material?, call fir ?'mm the l.'nited Stat?? to ill? an > steal as to offset the Ion of ?sir demands?" The parveen Bf the rneetin*?, ?i-ror-i ;ng to <". IaOUis Allen, preiident of t** club, was to seek r.ew members. Th? flood of appl:?-s*,on blsrki that reached the secretary'? 'ab!, st th? close of ?he meeting indicated thot this pumose had been sccompb*n?d. Ju?t low many new names had been off?rf*i for enrollment even the club'? ofR-ii'i d d not knew. To Squadron A : Most of you come home from the border, converts to the usefulness of the Ingersoll Strap Watch. You have discovered what civilians have still to learn?that for a man's watch, in spite of all the jests, there's no watch with so many practical advantages as the stn/.p watch on the wrist. It's before you in shaving, it doesn't separate from you when your clothes do, and with the Radiolite dial showing time in the dark it is worth having even if only worn to bed. As a winter watch there is no fumbling with gloved hands to unbutton your overcoat, and then your inside coat, and reaching to the waistcoat pocket, and then replacing and buttoning up. Just a lift of the hand and the time is in front of your eye. You members of Squadron A have had a great expe? rience. You have 'found ' the wrist watch, and you'll stick to it. And soon you will rind the rest of New etf?&mmt The Ingei-joll "Radiolite** Strep WaUb shows timo in tha dank. The hands and figures tro ?*oat?**l ?frith radium lighted "Radiolita?** The price i $1-00 York with you.