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Development ol Peace Sentiment in Europe
Austria-Hungary Will Not Declare War Against U. S. Government and People Regret Break, Vienna Correspondent Writes Hoped to Keep Peace American Diplomats Trratrd with F.xtroinr Respect When They ?Left - F ? ? '. ? ? ? a? ? - ?? ? III \\l.l(l I I ' ? .pur' .1 ? '? i ' ' . ? ? ? ? ? I ' ? ' Id ? ! ?ral In1 im ilion .... ? I ? ? ? ? ' sai rrent 1 ? tain li .' ? ? ' . ? ? ? ' i in? ? - Simonas ? ?lu- w '.rid C?lifli? ? Rie t~ Briggs - . i a n (J -- "I ill. D irbo lu ii'*?' ?-? atest ation in one smash ? toon. Ackerman ? ???ir-, war ?ni in ? ? : ?Ik; . in tin- I i n1 ;. 1 ' M'Geehan .1 writer **>h'-> \ hall tn H ? rol Draper I nnilon ? ' .larkal'lf for their accurst?* pre e n t at i r> n of the t!fw" from all the fighting fronts. Pitney 0 I <*nrres->ondciit I rilxinr in ? ??Hi head He makes -1 '?> (h? Ir.'ii ind \?-i!. ? - h?* Ad-Visor i , tintan <?? B Business that pro motea food feelinp hrtueeii I>n-. - Ntllcr bj showing that the merchant will almost always remore all cause for con ; I , -'-n ?ILSt it Hit a really bel] ? ? en that aid? in the ?:i ?it house hold equipment and in thr cfticin.' x i* e tu <? n t ?t th? I ///?// ; Morts arhoac brush ?ml pencil \ ar Yo 0 Hen rjr'l virile | a fro j*cars ago. Cortissoz onr of the f. w R ?ir?! authori? ties "il art .n the I nit?.? *-??-. II comments .. ' ? ? alwa) s Informativ?, iii Nre. Holding The Tribune's circulation at 100,000? and why Il is a delicate thi'ii- fur a news? paper lu hold arbitrarily from :u; i ssivc circulation plans. Hut when the price o? white paper increased so enormously ;is to require it to either curtail its policy of editorial expansion or limit the number of papers printed there ci ? M be hut one answer for The Tribune. Rather than simph he abh to quote increased circulation figures <tt this time, The Tribune preferred tn put the necessary cost into the hodv ut the newspaper itself where it would he of steady benefit to ils regular readers. By thus deliberately restricting its circulation, The Tribune has been ahle to give ils readers additional editorial features that sel a new standard in newspaper publishing. It is the trained brain power repre? sented in the pages of The Tribune thai is responsible for ibis news? paper's present powerful position among metropolitan dailies. When the news print situation improves, The Tribune will issue the additional number of papers de? manded by those ahead-of-the-crowd New ^ orkers who have discovered in it their Kind of a newspaper. In (he meantime we are holding the circulation closely to 100,000. Tribune readers will continue to benefit by this unusual policy. ?h*?Xctt>?)otf? ?Iri?mne . ? i . rrer; ? . m ..-' n?.t' ? I'll? ! ? . me i> n!; f.. ?Il .v.. .1 li'. til" i ??Im rightly n rplc . i good sport ?m ?n hip. f? ron n .i dramatic critic M |.ia- ? ? liven I I? ? ?.P.A. original rolyumlsl ..-ni famous ron ductor ??f tli? I '" ning Tower \t\ .i r m y ..f Cf.ntril? lull.i?? lu . Immer. Qarret? ?. i,. ? '??till).- uni II Mil |.ll?ll!f ? Adams whose bold ' ?m misleading ad? vertising .m?! di<? h..i t rade yr.t? h a vi i i" - i ? n ? n in?- n t h i ? '??,-?..- i., ? ? . 1. for t'. ? ? Gilbert ]>i rial w rit? ? The Triliun.. ** I?.? i- no? *?'? iriiitr wh |1 th? ( !ongn - t tir- nation's lead? ers arc thinl well aa ilunir; un? usual articl? ten in ii big wny. Evans , - ? ' Scharps Autnllli I? I . ? ? i li< l'riliunc ni article?. . ?n th- ? ' Tush ions n th?- IihimI - o III i I T i !? Il n r ? ?nif.ii ' ? i?? and S.u York :>tl ipta ? rehbiel ?<?? m ? ?ritic?.' uuthor of ' lli-. '"- ? t his ripened oent. John son vv ho In? I, con t r i hu ted t-> thoughtful Ameri? can literature. 11.? reviews of current books are readable ???r tli? ?r ?mn ?ate i? ???. Il a for the literary riche? t?, \?hi?'h 'hev are th' guide End of Central Alliance Near, English View Austrian Offer to Russia Believed Forerunner of Dismemberment Turkey and Bulgaria Expected to Act Soon Petrograd Revolt and Wil? son's Declaration Chief Factors in Situation H? VRI Hl !( S. DRAPER r ? . * - ? ?ray 1 it didn'l could have expeet? i . hrmative anawer. To-day th? Protopopoffs, or i t< ' .. Austria, ? ? t th. ? I I . -, , ..nl from 1 . nal ? ;..4*.-rnmr*.t but . ? epai Two Impelling Fartera tria'? offer. Two lotion i . ? i ? r . ; l furthci , ? ? ..:..; . aarch .. Emperor : level-1 i ,,i i I ?iterad and staggaring, to rale \ .1 people war-weary ami depressed '. ., to ?/.? Khiipr's protn.ae?, I ? 11- arm) n I renta tried to piece together the broker?' and driva on to victory. n came the t'ussian revolution?I racle, a war-warning to every I Younj bjecta i rest] it can Pr?s d ???'. '? iddr? it to ' ongresa, which I ? ?-...-? ? ? . ?-. ? r ' . r? ' 1 ? . i paved the waj foi th? proclamation to the Rui ian Pro? al ' io\ i rr ?non: declaring '.hut Auptrin desired neither the annexation, subjugation nor humiliation of b?T en Kaiser's Threats Futile All the Kaleer'e threats and prom offset I ? eombii atiOQ of on an.l American dee : \u-t.h. facing * ? ? ion . ? ? ? it Brit? in'i d? woul i 1? toward ?> separate ' ? . wej *ai then conferring with the .- Emperor in Vienna. The Briti?h vi? v was thai if Austria sued for a ?eparati peace it meant that the Kaiaer considered her time of usrful rras over that ?he was oniy vul uable as ? teat 'or the possibilities of g the door of peace. ee then the situation hn? rhanp-rn lerablj The have broadened ai . t-.it Ppr< he want n , ? ' ?ves that / ? she wanti ..... Itulgar and Turkish Attitude ., ? \ustriaV ofTVr fails *o lead ? (Tec pro? th? ?.'...' ? ? i by l.ussia, -.a new .. ?> 1 ? r But F< ipreme, thouurh he dar* \ . Bu ' ? those best I, Germa ?ht tl .. r port thi ' * ? ? : . rea? ? i wi.en peace . . . t? i ri? . ? cant lification of rmai VII Austr -Ilun gariai pplaud ? government's ac - peace are being ? t?mate of the ATTENTION! DRAFTSMEN ! r??t<*d limit - aihei for draf tiraen ! If 4I.U air a ?atrnt. elrvatinji. ??in?'-? in?. ?Iiu'tural dri.gnn , f?ower plant layout <>r radustrial dratt?man nn\? .?. -. ? haa - ? 4i i i r?i ? National Employment Exchange ROOM HI M CHURCH ST. MA VORK-CITY '"< l. 44 ;tm . >| ? 4. ? ' I?inmiri1? ? t .)??'. ar? it ? JAMMfc, I, M? Util? 4 ? Peace Bids Show Self-Assert ion ol Dual Monarchy i ol An -v.? i to Russia Indi, atea t fntr.d Power?' mdition I ? Sei mus II I- \ \? DON I I \ |\| . -I in the A king !' . .1 i * he . \ ienna , hing of th? in?.nth ? ou I ' t rian I - ? - ? ol .- n ' ? ?' The ' ? i ral Powi i ? .>?*. weeks .-ir-o . f V. tl .. becoming tue moul i ? w . ? - . ? ? ? . which is i I eon iternal Hurried visits and con sultation* betwe? t? I ralei ? an I th? rs follow? ? of whii '. 11 ? is intimated Perlin t ? ? ? . Earmarks ??? .-. \ ienna Produrl The pn V:? nna pi I Pro? . ' quick 11 ,- answei was mad. ? ' Powers must b< ius indeed, It ft!?', makes it very probable that . suiting Berlin. It' Germany is hark of the latest Aus ? ? ning , farri triai-, -at, men' ent with ? ; * tied deelaratlon ? ? i* It Will ? baail ? ..?> th? ? ' ierman ii Bei is bel i ? ? * ,'? ira. I? ?.?uncial ion of ? , pi Retraction <>l War Alms the ipoal . ? ?ugh not i .... nhold th ? ?? lamatioi . .lere?! er retraction bj 'h ? of ? ? formar wi \ ? ierabl I \ ? r. is valuel I P '...- err.m? n ?.- v ? '? . , - - ? tie? sob n destini? for ai ." !> rui an 0 itcon 1 I .,?!? [t In ? I ? prospee fcr peac 'he world' hor ??e Opposition Begins Fight To Oust Tisza ! ? n Fa? lions ?. -."tir t? Final Break on Voting Reforma 1 Hern to Lot Ion, Apr ?? ?? refusa ? ? the Hungarian Premier to tak. up voting and other reforma ir Parliament, a powerful opposition, led inta Apponyi, Andrassy and '-. rolj . n completely and lii -, - - , . rnment lead -, from now on .- to ?lo rally or 1 he . " ,..?-.? ion their boycott b) g to ittend the charity meeting ?-. ?,' leen Zi' *, in which ? the government is still 111 cnn r, is indi? ated by the fact ? has forbidden the mooting d for April 23 in front of the I'ii voting Russian Radicals Oppo.sf Indemnity And Annexations ( oniur?i o! M ->rkrv n : ?! .Sol dien I lemanda I 'c u e <>n Basia <>' World ir-*-*doni I-,.?. ?.f the ? 'ounc - Sold ' r -' 11. adopted a r? il ?rming ,,.-.?, ? ,. Provisional Government ar tn th<* ? ' rally : ?.re?-. * v y t eacl -, .? by the congress follows: "First The Provisional G . -.| Itaelf during revol itlon n agreement ?with ih< Council of Wor Delegate-? of Petrograd, pul proclamation announcing ?1 ?-ranime. Thu conpre-? record rroj-rai:ii?i< | .? mai . Pro*? i -.?.?' ? ? :?-?? promises. the who .... ? .Vol ? ?'i?l S I lelegates, which - tl organized democrat ? forcen I ; capable, in ?tive forcea, of counterai counter revolutionary attempt and of ilidating conque?* tion. "Third The congre?? r? ? ? necessity of permanent political con trol, the neceaaity of exercising .?n in? fluence ?..ver th?? Provisional ?. more energetic strugg anti revolutionary forces and the nee of rxiTi-, - ng ai will nsure ??? democratising the Russian life an?i paving the -va* common peace ? indemnity, but ?'!'. ?? basia ? tional development of ?I! of the peo "Fourth This confess appeal?? to democracy, while declining bility for nny of ipport the Provisional Government n? lone a? t continue-* to con-.oli.Iat.? and ?ievelop ,he conquest of the revolul o ? ! basis of it - ..:' " '"^'nsKMFST Doe ?an i?t |MJ """? at 95 "??ting 5,/2o/o * ? c-TP* 00 ?*- -Tit ??-? m ?ni, ?.T** aortm-j-M oa ?. **? ?n .-.??, I^ ' ? ?'<?' Ol i,j"? THE MORTGAGE-BONO?r OF NEW YORK S5 Liberty Straat Handsome Silk Skirts ered ?-.th a? $495 n d $5.95. ' I K'i? I ' d? ttxratt ? I ?, button trimmed, u. tra large and n-guur si?a $7.95. her beautiful mode'.j ti $19.75. 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