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Proclaim Support Of New Russia Will Not Press Demands Until Peril of Monarchy Is Past Workmen Gain Power Overthrow Former Bosses? Threaten to Treat Strik? ers as Traitors . March '-'? vis ?Leaden, ?i croup of Social Pomo fts pat out ? declarattea which. run be ?letcrniincd. fairly Mftseatl 'h'- ettltnde ?f ?he niajor | that partv ?ow.inl the ?*overn mcnt. ihr deelaratien, which Is alf h ?io7rn locally pronii I vigorous ? cotion of the ttat, leaving ***a) de? mand? ' ? ?'? sseerai jbfx-gr?-?? uatil the i -afc from the 'ia?if*cr of a return of the monai'-l' >t says, in part: "The programme of the new pox-em wfni terjr to a snflcient cX tate of the boar* d '.lie capitalistic society no doub? precludes the possibility of aVsafing the present revolution into ? ?och 01 ' .ny effort in that direc a eanntar revo? it the return of the mona* Peonle \*?kcd to Help ? -?ary democratic centre] cf t? ? aorh of the ? | ?'iment c?n he ?achieved !?<?-' by partit ipation in the temporary administration of rep? resentatives of the workmen's dcnioc rtx- >>ad ?? xxiilf and Mahle organiza? tion ? pular force?? and the rimy W S appeal to the workmen, ?-.ldier? ?? ?I deputies to assist tl.e tem jcrary ?xavernment in the realization of a ?yrocrai reednm and in the j-reparat on for al eonven tjpn, ? "nie their full political independence. Only when the election for the national ?conven? ? hall ?xe present in full our demands for agrarian and so? cial reform." On ? f the war the ?teUrf. ": "The xictory of the Central Empires wouli: and reinstate the old r?ffir ?~arx now, more than rxer before, to continue th?. stru?? ? - last bulwark of moni?- trol in Europe.-' Worker?, lief use to Strike The factory workmen bax-e reversed the usual order and prex*ented a striko threatened by the "bosses," wbo had been deoosed or bad lost some of their authority av the result of the new lib :-ind equality. In a certin muni ti"i!? factory the dissrruntled superiors, ?eein** ther old berths .?lipping from their ?Ta-'P. decided to declare the fac? tory ? ? it the workmen, in? spired by ?Vie apo.-al? of the new j?ov ernmtn; for (Aeir support, refused to walk eu?, "n the contrary, they insist? ed that the foremen directing the en eineer?- ?hoald hoirin work with them at ?Ityhreak and put in an equal number of h??. lave.*1 declared the ipokesman of the workers. "We mu?; : port our comrades at the front. Every man who **oes on ?ul! be treat.??) a?; a traitor." Patriaste Spirit ?Is General ? ? c spirit appears to have fjnppeii the workmen generally, in ?tror.t: contrast ta their attitude tow? ard tl ? former *??: rae. One rtoup ha? i ? i ran i thai the eicht-hour day applicable now v\ill not r : diminish the output, ?nice. i| ?1 is r? he men will wo.-?. . . ?? i. ? aara daily. A- however. ? ? was expressed. omplaints were lodtrc' thai workn-.e'i bad changed io!? ? and in pon diet-ting term? as? to hours and coi ditions. i>ne of the chief Haviland China Attractive E-ater Gifts Trad* M?rk? ^\ Atf^tQ, ?>,?. ?llmogee * Haviland & C9 f) Foun iw? |S)7 n East 36th Street 10 East 37th Street UTTLE CONCERTS FOR YOUR HOME TO-NIGHT, b4*>'9- Or.entale?ELMAN. 74509 -Lucia? Mad Scene ? C-AI-l.l ( L'RCI. 646.11? Wh?n In.h Eye? Are Smihng MtORMACK. 35615- Walt?, D'ifo'? Serenade. Havanola -Fox Trot. Total, .$4.75 Phone Vanderb.lt 3091 Foui hit? on ?ale today from an April Li?t. Immedi?t?* delivery by ? pe?i.l m?>ti?'rit;".r KiMARI? DARKROOMS ?lllMDL 5th Ave. at 39tb St. Pr-rirrt Vi, t?,r Servit?. I ',' fliliiary Teii Books POP ALL BOOKS PUBLISHED ? 1' > 1 ? 1 Malkan's n?m York ? ??rgrtt Rook Bffift 42 B way 55 New St. Phon? Broad 3900-1 -2 protest -the insistent of I the workmen that they oust oneoa j genis iu, (| r?-p!acr th<-m ? i: ?u their <?*vn choosing, often 11<'ii' *i.? ?i ?ia :. rank*. .'In? appointment of in arbitration ' boaul, f??im irly demanded by tin- work in? ri. ." hut ?a/oncBii i?. Instancei i?r>- recorded ? ?-. werkmen diseiplininf former "bosses." The condition ? ? tatemen) yra - an apol? ogy for pa I Russian Ministers Swear \ . To Uphold the People Against Old Regime London, March 28. Telegraphing from Petrograd, Renter'i correspondent says: "In the Sonnte to-day the minister.* took the follow ?ni; oath of office: "'In my capacity as a member of the Oaal ?."nrrrnnfiit created by tbe will of the people, and at the instance of the Iiiima. I promise ?uni -wear be , for?? Almighty <io?l and my conscience aithfully and justly for lib ? erty ami tor I ci* ;! equality, and in sil I ires Intrusted t?> me in supi ling any attempt?. dir?'tl <?r indirect. ? iration of the old re I pimo. ?? 'I pply all my intelligence ! ami strength complete'?;, to fulfil all ! the obligations assumed by the provi? sional government before the cyei ot the people. I IW? ar to take all measure for the convocation of s conatituent aasembls at the ihortesl time on the ! basis Of universal direct equal serre* suffrage, to transfer t?? th?? haads of ? the Assembly sil the authority provi i sionally exercised by mo in conjunction i with the other members <?f ?l.o govem ment, and to how before the people's ! will, a expressed by that Assembly. ?oncerning the form of government and ! the fundamental laws ot the Russian stale. May (?oil help me in the fulfil 1 meut of this oath.' " - Russian Army Eager To Go On with War laondon. March tS. Several Puma ! Deputies who have been to the front 1 have returned to Petrograd, says a Renter's dispatch, convinced from their conversations with offlcers and soldiers tha' the ?p.r;t of the army is excellent. They report that all those with whom they spoke were fully aware of the absolu! '? of continuing the i war. lieneral Russky. in a conversa tion with President Rodzianko. declared that perfect order prevailed on the I northern frort. "No Sun of Peace Rising In East," Says Moraht Berlin, March "7 ivin London, Mar?h I h.- idea of a great offensive against !.\is.*ia in order to take ad? vantage of her supposed demoralization is no? regarded with favor by Major Moraht, the military export of the "Tageblatt." Major Moraht write?: "The foreprountl of interest still lies i in the situation on the Western front : From a purely military standpoint I ] must say that for the time being no i change need be expected. Political cor I ?.?derations, which our military author , ?ties must take into account, will prob , ably not be influenced by events m : Ru-sia. This rrust he emphasized, be ? cause many politicians already see the sun of peace vising in the Ka-?t, anil a peace, at that, which we an- to win through operation* of force*?. "i would consider it wiser to give the conflict between the Russian army and the provisional government more chance to develop." $200,OOOTPeacr,4?d'TFund Started at Villard Home The raising of 1200,004 to advertise the peace propaganda throughout the country and to induce pacifists to be in Washington when Congress con? venes next Monday to protest against war with Germany ?a begun last night at the home of Mr-. Henry Vill? ard. MS I'aik Avenue. Ten thousand dollars was pledged to ?tart the fund. New York pacifists will leave for Washington at midnight Sunday. laouis P. Iaocher telegraphed that headquar? ters had b'-'Ti opered there at 1221 ! Pennsylvania Avenue. Newsboys' Benefit April 15 A newsboys' benefit, arranged under ? the auspices of the VUrioUI NOW York newspapers, will he given at the Hip? podrom? on the night of Sunday, April IS, Among those ?ho will appear ar. ge ?I. ('?'han. Walter C, Kelly, ?nn: Bernard. Grace I.a Hue, Rock and Whit?, Frank Tinney, James -I. Corbett, ?lame Bl .*'arn Harris. Annette Kellermann, .lohn Philip Sonsa, Irving Berlin, .lai!. Norworth, Raymond Hitch? cock, Leon E?TOl, Kugene and Willie Howard, Anna Whratmi, Herbert l'or 'hell, Joe .lackson, the Arnauts and Doraldina. Rio Grande Rally To-night Border Guard of '16 to Gather at Webster Hall The border guard of the summer of Itll answers a new mobilization call to-night. This time, although they ???ill 1 ?id plenty ot cactus and ine?-r|u:tc to recall the local color of MeAllen, Tex., ?ront have t?i gt? BO far away only to Webster Hall, up in Last Klev ?nth Street, where the "Rio (irande Rally" will bring together the veteran campaigners again?* the tarantula, the rattlesnake, the dust storm and the ?un. The entire chorus of "Her Soldier ?-?ill be there; Maria 4'onnesa, of below -border fame, wili danc" "F.a Jota," and a B?Xty-p?OC( Mexican ?n II show how much Henry Guerra'i little string band down la MeAllen fell short of possibilities when it tried "l.a < ucararha." It i? proaaiaed that Pancho Villa, in 1 b, ?ill positively appear at 12:80. Put that will he early. There won't, to use the phra?e of ah year? 'round border pi i son i, "hi ? Britain to Buy Australia's Base Metals for Ten Years Loi - Australian men4 bai sold Au tralia'i output of b?. ? '"i a ?'era?;?- to Great I'.r *.. rechange Tele-jraph dispatch from Melbourne to-day. Mill? ions of pounds sterling are involve?! in ?ion. James Matthew Evans Dies Held 300 Patents for Devices on Gas Engines JaSBOS SfattbOS) EvaaS, mechanical rentOI of the rotary pi ?. lane motor ami holder ef mors than ? ? "?- gai engine , i yeaterdaj ot apoplexy m ,.?',,?! of ib<- Kvam ' -iburster I Wi ' Street, of Dr h ich ' '? ?? a? presiden! II ii home was .' ? lllth :*'???<?'. He leaves Hi 1 llsab? "? Evaas, ?nd an adopted (laughter, Mr-, Anne E. Hit*. bor?, In Ho>/?ri?burp, H' ??? a m?m ? Lodgl . I \ i f aaeral services ?111 he ' ..?.ii .??? u< tport, . ?. *.; ? r. ?..? ? III be in ?A.How l '!?,.'<(. Bfestporl j ! Carranza Asked I 6y U. S. to Check German Menace Ambassador Fletcher Takes Up Question of Mobili? zation at Torre?n Arms Embargo to Stay j Government Minimizes Report of Teuton Exodus Across the Border I m Th? Tritium Bu-?? . Washington, March tS. OaUials to? day refused to reveal the extent to which the German menace ha? been discussed with the Carran7a govern ment. It is understood, however, that the matter of checking it has been taken up xvith (?encrai Carranza him? self by Ambassador Fletcher. It .?. .1 - ?admitted that report? of a German ?mobilization at Torre?n bad been re? ceived. The number of German subjects al j ready in that country was declared to he comparatively :<mall, the luche?! rs I t?mate plann?* them at fOfitO, fiiplo I mats asserted that the German inflii I ence with the Mexican government ap ' pears to be greater than that of any ?other country, the United States not excepted. Mexico 11 enxiena for the United ?State-. ,o lift the embargo upon the ex? , portation of arm? and ammunition to .Mexico, but it. was believed by close observers of the Mexican situation to be improbable that the embarpo would >? removed for a considerable t me, and certainly not during any difficulties in jxxhich the l.'nited State* might be en ?gaged with another foreign newer The War Department made the fol i lowing announcement to-day: "Press reports have indicated recent? ly that many Germans are crossing into I Mexico. Reports from our intelligence nfficers, ?vhich include records of the i immigntfion officials at various point?, | do not confirm these reports. Since February .". there have been but three crossings at Brownsville and seventy eight at La re-do; none at other point?. ' Of these crossings si Laredo thirty nine have returned to the I'nited State?. The El Paso report ihewi many Crossings back and forth, but only by ' resident?, in the usual transaction <<f business." The State Department, announced that Ignacio Bonillas, designated Mexican Ambassador to the United State-, had left Mexico City for Washington. Re ports to the department indicated that economic conditions, as ereil as polit? ical, are improving in all parts of Hex? ion except in the northern .?tatos, when Villa's following and influence still are considerable. The political betterment elsewhere was attributed to the dispatching to Mexico of an American Ambassador. ; Church of Messiah Houses World Flag Banner of Internationalism Joins Colors of All Nations The flag of internationalism, hereto? fore looked upon a- the ?-penal cr.r? of the Rev. Bouck Whit??, has ?received a permanent home in the Church of the Messiah, at Thirty-fourth Street and Park Avenue. The flag has a pram? inent place among the colors of all na? S tions displayed at the church. The Rev. John Hayms Holmes, pa tor of the church, who is responsible 1 for the showing of flags, was out of the ? city yesterday. His secretary, how ? ever, called attention to a paragraph in th? church calendar, which told of" the display of the international flag. The emblem of world union i. ;. '. white field, upon which appears ?-m--.; the white sjrmboli? of nnivei *' light, the red iTcs of "the one blood o? which God has made all nations." N. Y. to Allow Insurance Against Bombardment ! . ? j Legislation Planned to Permit War Risk Policies Albany, March 28. -Legislation in? tended to permit insurance companies ! in the state to insure against damage from bombardment, either from land, sea or air, will be introduced to-mnr \ row by Senator Jamei P. Towner and Assemblyman William S. Coffey, chair | men of the insurance committee-. The legislation was recommended by ?the State Superintendent of Insurance, who ruled that under existing laws such policies could not be issued. It is understood that several bombard? ment risks in N'ew York City have been I written by foreign companies, but do raastie corporations have heretofore been forbidden tc rngage in this class of business. U. S. to Profit After War Joining Allies to Aid Trade Relations, Says Cambon Paris. March ?8. Jules Cambon. Gcn ? eral Secretary of the Foreign Office. referred to-day to an iffcrt which hi j considered the entry of the United ; States into the war would have upon i its international commercial r?'lationu ' durng end after hestilit The American iavernment, said M. ! Cambon. had never cared to enttr into commercial treatie?- x?ith other nations I in the Kuropean sense; therefore i: Amencin imports had not alxvays rc Ceived v\ha? mat ?ailed "favorable na? tion" treatment. Jui/iing the AJlie declared, would naturally bring \-, America more int.mate trad?- relation . ! xrhich would develop greatly and be lome permanent in peace. Berne Denies Mediation Move Pans, March *.'!?. The "Journal de <;ei"-ve." accord.ng to a Havas ?lispatch from Geneva, hms advices from Berne ! that the Sxvis?. Foreign OfT.ce denn- ah Milutily that th?t? Swiss Minister in Washington rould have taken any a. - ??tien that could haxe bean interpreted las an effor? b] faritseriaad a' meijiii i tion between the l'ni?rd State j Germany. Sascha JacobinofF Plays Sascha Jarobinoff, a young rielinist appeared again at Aeoliaa, Hall ? i - Urdai afternoon. His opening num ; bei was Nardiai's concetto, am) I played it With much f-n- and xim Mf ; jeeabinefl rives Much evidence of !?? ing h .innre aitisl. \?);n, with S^eatei . |acriance, will go fa? A ?mall au<li ence heard him with every "ign ?if rn jovmrnt. M ?0V1*RT1SEME> I I g THURSDAY TO MONDAY A TRUST mortgaf,e ?Aas *? being executed on a re? frigerating plant covering a whole block. A policy ot $2,000,000 was wanted so that investors in the I onds would know that the title was good. On Thursday we were told to start work. As we had previously examined the title, we were able to bring it down to date, report it and close it on the following day, Friday. On Monday our policy was ready lor delivery. When you need quick work like this wc can do it for you. TiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRUST C? Capital . . $ 5,000,000 SurpluSCsll earned) 11,000,000 1 76 B'way. N. Y 1 fg RemiCT St., B'kJyn. 350 rulton St.. Jamaica. Plan "Ad" Campaign To Aid Recruiting Advertising Men Offer Their Services to National Coun? cil of Defence II i Hurra . on, March 28, The ? lounc ' ttional Defence began work to-day I on a plan for .i national advei ! campaign tr? -timuh'te recruiting, pa tiruiarly for the navy. Several promi .- men have formed ? I board, an i to-day they offereri their ! ervices to Secretaries Daniels and 1 Baker rho referred them to \V. S G * the Council of N.?i i ional I lefene *. Their idea is 'hat a can paies ilmilar | io thoae co iducted to bring out the mm : and the money of England ire | |y till the rank i of the navy. ??'[In navj ne ?I* you!" and -imilar? \ slogans calling thi youth to arms proh- . ably aril! appear within ?i few wee 'Copies of nil the recruiting poster? paed in England are on the waj hi to he used a* model*. The -ouim ittee a hie War and Navy Secretarle! to-day was headed by Herbert S. Houston, pn dent of the A lociated Advertising '? ?ociation, and included Wi ham H. H kin, president of the Western Advei ' tisinp (?gent ' tssoeial on, Chicago; 0. J. (lude. New York, Ti.run.is II. Moore, tt the American Novspaper Publishers' "association, and 0. i Mara, of the . Association of National Advert? ers ? Mr. Hui ton described the abject sought 'ik the distribution, through the adviaory board, of i r mobilisation of men ? i- money for war purposes. Secretary McAdoO also ha* been cmisulted. The advisory l>oar?l. which includes five representatives of the advertising! a^?'!it? ?r.d five representatives of the National -?drerUsers' .'.?socialion. in addition to one representative of ?-ach -mir median, probably will act ai a branch of the National I isfenee < 'ouocil. # Yale Air Corps Rookies Go to Florida to Train Twenty-nine m< h - sf th?- Aerial, Coast Patrol, including the original twelve Members of Volunteer Aerinl Cos ' Patrol Unit No, I, started yester* ?lay for the aviation traininc camp a ? f. ??? Beach, Fla., under ardors from Secretary Daniels to proceed there for irainin-,-. The twenty-nine men will train ' '?'? ? ' Palm Beach for *?i\ weeks, after which they will | t?. New fork and trail here. All are Figures Country Can Provide 600 Airplanes a Year Dr. Walcott and Sidney Waldon Complete Sur? vey of Industry Needs of U. S. Told 4,000 Mathines and 2,400 Aviators Required to Make Up Deficiencies l he airplane industry of this coun? try can turn out in a year this year a n ixiaram ef *?00 airplanes. This : ? .| at m a survey of the industry recently completed for th** | il Corps of the United States army by Dr. ( harl-s I). Wolcott. et ' Smith'onian Institution in Washing ton, cha?t:nan ef th?* National Ad'nor Commute? for Aeronautics, and Sulne Waldon. former vice-president of the] Packard Motor Cemaaay, president of! the Aero Clab of Detroit and a captain ; I aviation section of th*. army re ?er... corps. Theso men have made ;) report to ?this effect to Brigadier (ien- ; eral Geerge 0. ?Squier, chief signal bfliec; I' '?.is ?-n tnia report, it is supposed, 'hat Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske ?baaed seme ef the ligures he quoted in hit ?peach on Tuesday right to the Navy League. 'The largest battle 'plane casts onlv "." said the admiral. Thirty three of then? could be made for $1.00(1. 000 and IM for *10.000.l'00. ... I am informed ?an excel I. authority that there would be no real difficult] n ?get ting the necessary much nei snd train? ing the personnel te handie them skil? fully in six month l?r. Walcott is no? as great an opti? mist ;i - the ?iimirai. He says: "European exp?rience shows that ; t lea?t nine months to produce a properly ??ame?! advanced military ? eat approximately mach ne? m wear si d tear end breakage far eaeh finished svi? it'll!-." Weald Trail Ml \?iat?>ra H si -. sssuming a maximum output 0 10 machines by the American air? plane induatry in si- raaaths, the;. would si.tr? ? to tv, oiii;, 800 military aviators evei a period ranging from nine to eighteen months after the in began delivering the machine'.. Dr. Walcott ha? est mated the ten-j lonable need- oi the cauatry at l.ooo '< airplar.es ami 2,?M0 aviators. These he computes ?as follows: Par aa army of I 1,000.000 men, 1,000 airplane and 1.000 pilots; attached to our fleets at tea, 200 airplanes and 300 aviator*; for har? bor and seaport defence. ?00 ?xirplat 101 and R00 aviators; for training pilots "planes worn out or broken i, li.OOn air planes and 100 sviatora. But he make? t this reservation tha? in war time each in the air wauld BCad three in re lerve, ?e broken up training ?he p lot. With '.',000 "planes in the air1 therefore would be needed ?i.000 in re-I serve, or 10.000 in all. Hut th? i-aining machine and the | battle ?plane are very different. The | I ted Bl ?tea turn? out the best train-! ing machines there are. and is selling j lie.- of 'hem t?i the belligerents in ? Europe to-day. Hut it hasn't yet turned -ingle battle 'plane; and, la the ? opitiion Of aeronautic expert?, to aend | our ?viators .nto the air in training machines against real battle 'planes j - be nothing ihort of ?rilful mur-1 .? the latter are much swifter1 Sn be manoeuvred in much less I ..nd -pace. I Chauffeurs' Outfits Special AT $47.50 Overcoat, Suit and Cap to Match Smart, neat, perfect tit tin1*, and durable; the best value in Motor Clothes fr.r Chauffeur-? that can be bought. A Double - Breasted Over? coat. A smart Norfolk Jacket, with Trousers ?>r Breeches. A I ap ot l'eRulatinn Chauffeur's Style. All nude ot exactl* the -?ame fabric, a line Qual? ity Rra\ worsted whip cord ? the outfit con? plete $47.50, or as follows Suil.$18.50 ' hrercoat . .$27.00 1 :ap.$2.00 Trousers oi Breeches, or one pair of each?$26.50 Other Outfits ol Be?t?-r Grade at $64.50 and $78.00 1 abaUaffeui-S1 Raincoats?Guaranteed Waterproof?$22.00 Motor Apparel Catalogue a::d Chauffeurs' Correct Apparel Chart Mailed on Request. ?WUrCC mV^i&theA,* . BROADWAY AT 49th ST. -nit with two pa.r Guaranteed ^change LOCOMOBILE Wonl.lnl one of UM UneGnUldOpeill Pianos .it the cIom of thettmon ba '? bett?f pur??ha.-c than anew Medium grade hutmOMOt at the same pffce? Pot the same reason 1 Guaran la-red Exchanr-e ?,o<o iii.?hue ?9?fe-i the prratest value a nominal auto muhile inwstiiM-nt can liring. Tk? LOOOMOBtLI COMPANY of AMERICA SUt Slrrct. next to Brt*?iilv?iiy ] Democrats Pick House Ticket; Mann Will Run Lenroot Attack Decides Re? publican Leader to Stay in Race Bills To Be Rushed Appropriation Measures Will Be Sent to Senate With? out Delay ? Washington. March. they I ? . i ? Means Co??. ? ? on rrn.tr ttl ?day "n a slate > t?t tion 1 ' rmen and member? ;.nd the tillin?; ? ? ??-- cau-ei! last Nevembei ?*?? the promotion of Democral : ty. ?"?nly one tight d." ' . of Edward W. 1\ i, . ? Non1-. I I ?Demo ? man H -nrx Mr. Henry ?'?..'? i Mr. P? of the C'aims ma?lc ?nan of the Be ? ? of the pr. ; I ? I < oni riitfe b] l",i ;? U I He?, of Maher Slated for I a bor I'o-t i tines li ' sw Yerk, xvill .irman I .?*., : ? -timitt-e, un.ier to ?v'? SS defl ited in No? vator from D a ita to ? ive l>en*. oi Al.ibamn. rmaa of the ? ? n,o> v ?th u ? ie opposition. The ?. n> chairman of the '? I , mtttee - ? ppr? rod bj frl? : He ??" B leki ? ? i..-ni..-.cativo Mea, of Towao, M maa if the Baitwa] i and ?'anu?' ? ??mmiti ? tvxo parties agreed that ail appropriation bill? whic cd by the House last th failed m the Sen : he rushed through the precisely the form ire, leaving any t This ahou? a month's time and to fil ' '-he Senate u chance to settle down to arorh at OttCO, The ? is already organized, ,?nd xm!I thing I nfirmations Horn ? scuds oxer some blllS, Mann to Uun fur Speaker Worried ??; I ? Leareot sttnrt aa ? m proposal. Repr?sentai ? <? will h,- ? candidate tor Speaker ogaiast Champ Clark next Monda>, ? ?otes to retain him self ?s Republican floor ?leader. There is iitt'.r doubt around the Capital noxv that the Democrats ?ill organize the Hes ?ers continu., to ti that the ., -? ,.,i e'.ei'ir'i' -1' no Serious objection to the committee des ignatians. but nil sr< . the romii i i? nta'!-.?? GallIvae, of a 111 nay finally that the SUti-prohibitionistSWill -??ni- trouble. Kepresenta ?? i . ?? ted with eoutroll? enta? i sidxxeli. or Kea V"i'k, who has bei n cli ? i nsurgent, reached here ? promptly declared i ? .' i ?. o o t? H*1 OH <**> s; S? fi **?': ?s s ? ** ! Who smokes Helmar? The brains and back-bone of the Nation?Men of affairs? Men who demand and command the best. The?se men smoke Helmar?Since when? For 12 years. Because Helmar is made of pure Turkish tobaccos, Put together right. Friend?if you will once, you will many times. The Mildest tobacco for cigarettes is Turkish. The Best tobacco for cigarettes is Turkish.