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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915.
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Parti office, i Rue de la Mlchodlero, off Rue du Quitre Septeaibro Wuhlntton omce, HtbSo Building Brooklyn efiUe. 10 Uvlnirston street. ear tritnlt uho faior u ififA msu ecripu and IHaKraliom or publication uiaA ro Aate rtlected article return (Ay ruml i a all eft fd ttamut lor Mat sarpooo. If Not Murder. Wbit Is It? Germany's development of her mill- tary policy has been narked by cer tain events which have counted Incal-! culably In the formation of neutral x.uinuij .u opinion adverse to the German cause. For example: 1. The Initial Invasion of Belgian territory, 2. The destruction of Louvaln. 8. The attack on the cathedral of Itbctms. 4. The bombrduieut of unprotected aeacoast towns. And now : 6. The murder of probably more than one hundred men and women, non-cotubatanu. panSer and crews , ,9 , GertnHny re,Peete.t. , Gf course. If they were not lighting of the merchant vessels Falaba aud though outside of her own borders Oermnuy. Uiink would not be eoasld Agulla. peacefully and inoffensively , nobody but the devotees of the hy- erwj a jcadiy foe, but a fruitful foun navigating the high seas. ' I'1""" ,n th' States seems to tatn of taIP5. scarc.y n soo.1 tacte. This wanton deMtructiou of Inno- mn p"S!,lou for 0mtt BrU' either. Is th- Chancellor of the Ex- " " '" . . .. i1,ln b;48 m:ule Uprv,f resected ohw,ucr., higglng In of King Gnomic, cent human life, undertaken o-1 throughout the world, but not by her1 doubtless the wicked u-'ll have some edly for the pOrivjse of terrorising I beautiful eyes or amiability of man- ,hln(. t0 ,ay al)0U. KJni. patip. But the British public und paralyzing ' nT. We are not aware that the makns allowances for the David commerce of all sorts within tie re-. ln,' attef bHS ba rcganled with BeorUn war of pHtt,DB things. If It .... "treme tenderness by other nuiloas. hc fflCl guiding W riou-iv ItlVU laj " 1J'1.I ia o tha suspension of the ordinary laws of civilized warfare, may not tech nically constitute murder; that Is, In the view of municipal law. It may not constitute piracy according to the , strict definition of that odious term; for the. pirate claims no national flag, while these homicidal proceedings near the Welsh coast were conducted under the flag of the German Ktuplre and by naval officers regularly com ralcfeloned by a German Kmi'cror who aeSraowledces his partner-hip with the God of .lu.-tlce and Mercy in the direction of military op-rations by land and sea. Tet if it is nor piracy, in itn elc- . a . it.. i - ,i ! mental relation to tne :nint-u mm- of warfare, what is It? i If It Is not deliberate murder In i all the essentials wbbh distinguish ! .h ..n n. a fnrr. rhA o nt e.iirl nn or . human life incidental to carrying on j in the recoiml7.et way. what N war the right name for the crlnio": If th vocabulary of Berlin con tains a more exact term than "piracy," or a less unpleasant synonym for the word "murder," with which to describe the slaughter of the men and women In this latest victory of the German submarine fleet. It would be good policy to produce the mitigating dell nition without delay. Caught at Last. A novel situation confronts the au thorities. The capture of Typhoid Marv, who had be.n clearly proicl to be the source of a t.iphoid epi demic nnd who had been detained out of harm's way until s mpathy ,.,i, e .,.,. ,1 utl.rlt tri,..,l her loow to bpread dlseuM unddealh under p.irole that she "would be good, is fortunate. What wou.d have been don In the cn-e of u lU'HI ... . aa... i. tii a i ...... I .... n1th hysterlcHl hoinleliliil tetnleiicies who had beet) convicted of murder and had fought detention by eiery j legal and other quibble' Surely he would mt lune l'en dls charged under parole. .Vow thai th, woman has been caught In the destruction of several Hies nnd the dlssernluatlon of disease and Mnn brought great dllress and pe cuniary loss lo many, shall cheap sjmpathy again free her? If there no it-gal iiiithorlt.v for her Itiear cerallou tlie J.elslature should pass a law to Innire Hie safety of the people. In former Mini's this wretch who disregarded lho plain warning of the lli'.illll ,iullnirltlr' and dellb eruleli went forth mi her mission of death and misery noiild haie beei1 deprivi-d uf the ott'euillng itietnlier. It is high t me that we should not mince words, that th public should bo positively Informed thai tins woman and other Uphold carriers do not exude the germs from their skins or breath, nut thai (bey distribute Uiein with their hands kvuuse they Hre I tllthy, that they do not wmih them when ordinary decency demands It. , The question arises now: What has been done with other typhoid enr- I Hera? Is the cook vho produced forty cases of typhoid fever In n IVnnsylvunla college under mirvell- lance of the Hoard of Health of that , State? Is the wouinn to whose t spaghetti at ft church supper ninety- J IflSO'three cases of typhoid fever were ! traced In tlnnford, California, put i out of hnrrn's wnv? Iat not sentlmen- Wnipathy on account of Innocence "nu misronune repeal me tragedy or Typhoid Mary. Laws must be en acted providing for the support of 'those uufortunntcs and for their regular and frequent reporting Hnd i nuervlslon If they are not Isolated. The "eRl,h Commissioner Is to be commended and the community con- gratuluted uiwn the skilful detective campaign that brought Typhoid Maiit to Justice and, we trust, real Isolation. InternatlotMl Affection. Mr. Wilson's speech on the new Argentine battleship la Maturated with thnt Interna tlotml sentimentality which Is u hnblt with bltn and on which his actions and Inactions are so curious a commentary: "l feel that I am ipeaklnf tb sen- tlmnta of my fellow Kmntrymen when I say that there la a, growing warmth of affection, aa well km understanding, for the other countries of the great American Hemisphere, which we are coming dally to undetManJ bitrr, and whtoh are, I hope, (tally coming to understand us better, ami to which we are drawn by feeling, at well aa by In terest and by dcelre, to be comrade In tome common undertaking for humanity aa well aa neighbors." It "some common undertaking for humanity" a vttrlant or synonym of I "'rv,,e fflnk'nd"? a growing warmth of affection and un ;detnn,un)C between the United States i and Its neurest neighbor to the south? With no Intention of scrutinizing a speech of ceremony too closely, wo are bound to say that an entirely wrong apprehension of the basis of Interna- tlonal relations Is conveyed In such terms as these: "Yon cannot respect a rrmn or a na-' tlon for whloh you cannot sooner or later acquire an affection." Intelligent self-interest Is the guide of nations. What has the vocabulary of the affections to do with It? And but ehe Is respe'ted--ln so far as she shows the desire and the ability to protect her Interests and her citizens, duties of late neglected In the ser vice of mankind. It Is no nleasant thine to sivesk of thfSJ tbJn. uf Jfr muM. rnet. orlo of the International affections Is Irritating to common sense and con trary to universal experience. He lias Been Prominent In Western Republican Politics. OoniuitsMonpr Milo R. Mawbik of the I'ubllc Senlce Board la this dis trict ns the only one of Ave mem bers against whom no charges were mtnlA h nnrArnor Wiittmav and in behalf of whoso retention the pre ot New Vorls wa unanimously enlist V. M ,.rm h Tnlrd It n,,. ' n.M,., , rnmVA him hut i.l; i wi)o-e desires were not stimulute.1 by partluin ambitions trnostly hoped that he would be reappointed. In the i refnvnl another term to him, and U1,n.wl ln hl, nl.1(.. Colonel William h.iyw.ird, whose conspicuous tltness for the Job Is measured In the official i statement given out at the Kieeutlve Chamber In Albany which describes blm ns "prominent In Western Repub lican politics." In order that the high nualtnca- tions for supervision of the traii"- portntlon affairs of ew ork cl y poiesel by Colonel riATWAitu may L flW -in. Prstnod hr the live and ., , ,. '., . .uh ..,.. half millions of persons with whom lie Is to sustain Important relatlom hereafter, these essential facta of his . career lire submitted: "Born Nebraska City, Neb., April 3, ls-7; son of MoNnoa Lh-and; pad- uate Nebraska City High School, 1893. Hudied at Munich, Germany. ls9i-7, UI.. B., Fnlverslty of Nebraska, 1897 , ' r'wT " ' ' f-'aptalu Second Nebraska Infantry In I SpanlMh-Amertcan war: Colonel Second 1 Infantry, Nebraska National Guard 1S98-1901 ; private secretary Hon. M , u nayward, U, S. Seuator from No- M, lilt niGU) Wt HUM) all- b , jgsj WHa County Jmlse of Otoe ' " ... . , county, .eoniaaa, in ijoi-vj; ueciineu second term to resume law practice. "Delegate Hepublloan Wate conven- tlons 1S97-1907. candidate for Itepubll - braska district. In deadlocked oonven- I tlon 1904. celling loo out of total of J03 votos oast (withdrew voluntarily) ; chairman Hepuhllcan State central commutes 1097-M; aecretary Itepubll can National Committee 1908-12; dele gate Deep Waterways and other na tional conventions; nominated for Con- grewi at direct primary .lection, Flrat Nebraska district, 1910, "Travelled around the world, 1910-11, "Member law firm, New York city, May I. 1911 ." This brings Colonel lUYwanndowti to bis arrival In New York, nis tal ents were not long lu compelling rec ognition bete, On January 1. 1011, ho whs apiHiltited an Assistant District Attorney by District Attorney Whit miv II is iidmlltisl that he did no table wfirl; lu helping .Mr. Whitman get the nomination for Governor, and ou December 31 he quit his county ofllee to become counsel to the Oot emor. When the Governor nought the Jobs of the Democrats In the Public Service Commission without raking all the responsibility himself, he hud Colonel Uaywaiid appointed counsel to the legislative committee. whleu was to share the blame with him. The Cwlouei's management of the investigation compelled tlie sympathy even of case hardened Itepubllonns for the Commissioners, nnd Mr. Maltihe frnve him u talking to that delighted the town. Out of this curi ous quest came the charges that even the Governor has not yet been ablt! to regard as sutllclent to Justify the removal of the men against whom they were directed. It Is a fact that Commlsslonor Malt n ie has no such record of achievement as that which drajies the form of Colonel Haywarh. He never was a hero In :i deadlocked nominat ing convention 2KI ballots strong. lie never enjoyed the felicity of presld- ; lng as Western manager over n po litical campaign retlectlng so glori ously on Its mechanicians as the Tuft cumpalgn of 1012. Ho far as we are Informed, he has acquired no title of Colonel In the Nntlonnl Guard of any .State which boasts of 1,(XIS men In Its organized mllltla and rejoices In the fact that so eminent a mliltarK as William J. IIryas once wore Its uniform. None of these accomplishments could be urged In favor of Mr. .Maltbip. He wad merely -tin experi enced member of the commission, without political rtgnlfleance, Inde pendent, not always right, but never susHctvd of ulterior motives, and genuinely striving to do his duty by the city. Therefor he hnd to go; that .public Interest to which Ciiarlm S. Whitman Is devoted Indicated bis expulsion from the board, and the I present intention aud ambition of I Piiahipb S. WntTuas- nonir,.t!r I reflected In the otllclal recommenda tion of Mr. Maltuie'h fmeeesxor as a man "prominent In Western Hepubli- i can polltlcri.'' 1 can polldciC Will Englnnd Be Dry? I.loyd GrosoK displays the fervid ' temjerament of the Welh eihorter when he suys : "Wo are lighting Germany, Austria and Drink, and h far an I can see th greatest of tbeea three deadly foes ts drink" damaging shipbuilding and rarlous.y Impeding the productiveness of labor. Knglaud has u clear duty In self-1 defence to shut off absolutely the ' means of this Impairment of the na-j tlonal strength. "The Heeruge" must j yield to an Imperious national neces-! sltv: and Enellsh notions of noronnl freedom to the Instinct of patriotism. Possibly that amiable music hall sen- tlment. "Hut damn his eyes wheever that tries to rob the poor man of his' bi-er." has lot Its lower. "The Hrlt lsh worklngman" has a pre'iy obti Piite Idea of his rights, but if tho Mir-pres-lon or severer restriction- the hours of the "pubs" were cut down last year of the Hale of alcohol while the war Uisu is a mllltnry-nnn "' ? assume that It wll b- '''" hUr'1.T thllt llllj'l lO V'H I tin umuj uium ur i njMuir of l'HInc GroR. Wall. Columbia! The Columbia Stntr Is In a most , unphlloophlcal frame of mind, nlhelt nve should have sutmosl thnt anv iM)dv compeibil to ob-Tve und endure for some years the proceedings of the Hon. Cole BLr.vsE would bale tried to become a stoic. Tnis Fti'metto museless phlloophob!st gropes and stumbles 111 the outer darkness. nh.lopopiij ' j , ' , , . . . , ' '"' " 1" t0 oit phllosoplier, the lover of the wisdom ' . ' 1 of other men. We saw and envied an I'plcurean ln Park How this mom- line, smoking his bottomslde-up T. I). In the sun. "Small have continual i-,i,ir ,.r .nn ..... k,w.. mithnriiv from wh(r((. hook." You' haiou't cot (( ,mrn vf)U(. ev1)( o;t 1(u, hrp.)k v0,r ,,.,', ,h .., ,rlrll,4l - ' ogy of some old g:i-.tropod of a Herr j I'rofes-or. Bt.n Fiia.vklin made his own philosophy, an admlrtible mornl or unmoral pagan sage. 'iiinar.AU read the Greeks and I.af.t.s and the Orientals In translation : hut he wasirj,-. ,m.n,, ,h, .. Un0n provertl ot i 1 dedicated to philosophy the day when. . a a . 1 . i lout.,.- n!iP..,Kle,l In nuildii? n lend - , pencil 0 good tnat It tlt'tsin I HO im-Firy vn ,ht hv, mujfotured "cookf 1 proved, ho refused to make any more, live trousers" with a cood meanlnc hi ; not caring to srs'tid his life In dolngl"" sphsrlsni. or r.je.tlr.K th- bypotneat. , Hk.NRV'h philosophical aversion to pay I ,,g taxes was recelied unHympathet- I . .... . ... 1 L. a k 1 icauy ny ui" amuoniies, ui ,.e i.n.i convenient friend.- whether hfl wailted to btllld a shanty, borrow an axe or! keep out of Jail. He calculated his pursuit of wisdom for the latitude and longitude of Concord uud the I pppsonal use of IIi.miv Dull) Tllo- KI AU. Inileed, lie was fully entitled to rank ainniig philosopher froir the tniiiiient when lie scorned to pay .y for his college sheepskin of A, II. Which reminds im that on tho wholo the dreariest race of pedants now browsing the pastures of Knniil Is called "Doctors of Philosophy." Old D.Mn. I'aATr with his "word laboratories" wus an unconscious and delightful parrsly of the Jargon of the schools uud systems. A philos opher has found or tried to find the Wisdom that be need, rfhether h be I thnt halting slave Kncyktus or lnv perlal MARrrn Arnr.t.tttH or a ditcher. Are rhpm anv snrh hmnnlr. henrfv. observant, humorous storers and too rare utterors of philosophic wisdom1 as that old stock of Mrondway stage .,.,.. .,, ,, . 1. 1,.. e ! (Inters and tho car drivers or early , , , , , .i ' iMtl,t.n n m n r, t Mrnanr f..tS Thr -l""cu "" "" never rend or wrote books. Hox of-j Ikts keepers, bnrkecpers, policemen, . . tlrket choppers are often deep re-' . , ...I , ... Wiving phlltMopherm If too often of the cynical ichool. The trouble with oar Columbian Knifeman la that he cun't bring him self to believe that a man can retire from business and enjoy a philosophic leisure. Hear him blaspheme: "rtosh I A man's business Is his busl nes. Mien he gew out of harness ni ls like dray horses resting over Sunday They kick up their heels They are glad to get back In harness on Monday morn ing, What sort of business Is It for a buslnees man to go out and look at Kreen things growing all around and philosophise over themT That sort of man who tries auoh a gam will And the tug and the pull back to tha work to which circumstance or adaptability called htoi" The business, the pleasure, the dally happiness of the Columbian Stuteman U to hymn the Hon. Woodbow Wilson. I'osslbly after Mnrvh , inn, the dithyramb depart ment will be closed. In time, then, we look to see the dlthyraiublst com mence philosopher. At least he may be w fur Illumined by divine philoso phy us to see thnt some of the druy horses are harness gulled. Amonr the most progres-dv.. Mark mailers It will be fashlonal e Ibis spring to rlv to the prospective vic tim what thei erporUvely lnclln"d de scrlhe as the O. O. n-cent experience of ji eminent prncntioner 01 tno law in mu cuy j hujiport the opinion long held by ob 1 Fervant police nfilcrs and Judges In the criminal courts that the morv poritlve a woman makes ration of another perpot the identltl- perpon the lesa It I Is to bo trusted. n,, -rtn mlnii. t Inform themselves on the tn'trlciicles of international "law" is to restrain their lmuulse to add to thrlr libraries their impulse to ami to ineir "rn until tlie new and revised eilltlons have been pub lshed. a. nn. ti raiiin. re .ir.n- combatant appeurs to be fully us dan- gerous to life nd limb as that of an r , ,..,...., innocent Damnocr. He knew Dicirnew's "ChrMmss Onml" almost by heart, and he would frequently recite It from th hgtnnln almost to tho end Jnc4de?if In the Iir o OLtvrn OtnottNE. And yet fchei lod hlml A Tanaim hotel is a utrang- ptac for un ancouncement by a leading R"publlean thnt he Js a rnndldat for the Presidency. esT'il!y when he Is nTiottt to depart for a tour of South America. Kx-Penator Tiiko- poke i-.. iiLKro.v oi unio win no ooiidi Fjxak for himself when he returns to the United ijtatert. vr. . v ........ v. ,v. t7..i.k v.v .v, .r-, ..,..ut. who put H-rgeant Micnstx TI.r.RT to the front as a h'ro slaying' eight jt- man soldiers and taking a trench ' single handfd, the: Hnswians offer Cap- Un suvaRorr. who accoaipl'shed even more on the Oraro River: for he not only captured a tr?rich, but played a machine gun on un advancing Ger man company until It broke and fled with heavy catualtier It Is tho turn . of th French, the Belgian,-, the Aus-1 tiiana. the Forvians. or the Turks, i , The Mrzrr th the ratr th n-hievement.s of Individual h ros. . N'ot even D'Artauviv, In the page.s of Drji is, klllot men by the dozen. j "As for saying college girls do not want to marry," testifies Mrs. Lonsi W AsnoU), president of the Mount Holyoke College Alumnie Association, "that in absolutely wrong." If this Is the case, Professor Robert J, RrsAUL'E, who has assembled .stuti.stKvi to prove 'ut 0 ir cent .r more of the girl L-rsduates of the leading lC:istrn col- upon to explain why. Statistics are ' (ryi inanimate things. Any one can gather them. The profe.-r should . take another line ot Investigation. If ' coll-go Klrls really want to marry, ns i I i-rcsiucni ahnpld nepo-ns, now la u t many of tliem full to tlnd Does learning diminish their What a field for speculation! , f rnatftH? chnrxn,T , ! Hominy and famp. To tub KtUTon or This flrw Sir Pimm to Inform "J S A.," whose letter appears In Tub tlrtr of this .kite, that If h will call for "hominy" at any hotel ln Ha'tlmore or In any Southern city le will be sned with samp," whloh hominy as a n.T,. i'.h,. il""!!'' w1n or sptti-nberK I have enjoyed fried hominy for I lireiikfam fnr nonrlv aevity years K. ltll'LIIIIKAP, March 29 The Dleputed AphorlSBa. TH I nniiun or Tui 3cn (r. I am , '7. '2,U'? .." " ,?"' .. r ..... . 1 l'r o'Mal'ey "Women wear their looks , 1 U t mil r" iTLtsi "KoaV Mia a troiiaaea" 1 ,K fouiara Into "boom Ilka trouiera tf M H, , ,n, n.B w,.e nfC. , of .n aphorliiu, an einonJatlon mleht ho. m.nle ulona the line fit niktler of faet. j nr mainp'e, that mo.t women wear hook j x. t.u-r- or .eek. -m, tr.us.ra, eo . ll.'il Ulttl IU l ITU IPJIl 111 UI y OnS rf ur ... . - 1 b, wonieu ! aphorlotlcally Impo.ilble "Hi" proverb 1 right a It atsnda and con- 1 turns an uovioua iruio ana a deep mean- I tn sr. JUG N'iw Yona. Match it that Nevertheless, the fuci remains Dr O'Malley's own version 1 thl "Mnst woman wear their fconfca lHo trousers." A H-arArrltr. To Tim llPiim nr Tub hnv fir: for tn mini ot 111. protont Curupraii war rra.1 lonn tlie (oilowlnc (Iril Itttiri ot Jill naniei (lsrman, Rueila. Anuria. Ilrlatuin, T'onre IhKland, Ktrvla, Turkey Jnnt Cut, ilarth It Niit.il THE FALABA HORROR. Vhat AVIII tho Judgment of Ncntrnt . ntlon He? To tiik KniTon or Tub Sin Sir: Tho acrmiin-s had better h.ive lost a great battle In Flanders than huvc v..i. . u ... . . . ui i-i.v sunk the Hrltlsh steamship llaba, with n.-arly a hundred passengers, t . i 1 ... . . , . i i-camen .neuiocra ot ncr cre, tor tuc , Judgment of neutral nations will i swiftly condemn the wanton barbar- , Itv. nnltnn nnM .,M rr,.1 A - - ' " " provuKe uie mora inuignation or civ- ,Illat ,hu aermy hua done, (through her na-al ofllcers carrying , nil! fha. nnl.r. r,f A,1n.lrnl?v There Is unfortunately too much . . , ' . evid-nce of the failure of the captain of tho German submarine to abow many of the Palaba's people time to , get Into hrr (t.its tn-fore the torpedo wus nrea, to leave any doubt of the ruthlessncj's of thie, attack. He could not fall to see helpless non-combatants, passengers ftnd members of the crew, crowding the decks, or fall to know that thvy would go to the bottom with the ship. The work of lowering the boats bad not been com pleted. It Is no palliation of the In famy that the ndaba at first tried to .scape after being signalled to stop. Her lack of upoed soon showed the luiHiijr vi Blii-n a course ana She submitted to the Inevitable. She flrrd I no gun, she ma,l. no reslstnn,-. I in.h.,. r-... allow tho crews of merchant ships 1 torpedoed a chance to save themselves In their own boats, thus observing the precept of International law nuull lled hy th- limitations of "submarine warfare." In no previous case has there been, nn unnecessary sacrifice of life. It was not beltrvrd, ewn In llngland, tb.it fas.-.engers would be sent to the bottom with the ship. If the sinking of the FalsJba Is to rw a rrrceaeni. no linr on the Atlantic approximately 4,000.000 erstwhile He pnssnge can be considered safe from I publ'taus fo.iowed Colonel Hoosevelt such a fate. Submarine warfare I into the Neior Never LJind of l'rogre would extend to passs-ncnr as wel' slvlem. as trt freight shins. It Is too hnrrlhl.. i Statistics iow that by November, to dwell on. How csin the Oerman Government lustlfv Itself (u-fnr. the world ,ven hv th , " ven oy the penvrted loric thnt characterize th. Admiralty manlfes. too.? An AMHRtctv. Xrrw Top.k, March SO. THE SEVEN SEAS. A Mt From the Classical Atlas and an Amendment of Old Fltz. ToTHEEtUTORorTiirHtJN Sir Your corresroriilent Jnhn rv.. in i.inn an authority for the expression "the -ven van" has cernm-t.ed the sacrilege of "ccuslim Omar Knayynm (of h essej memory) of us'ng that expression m his ..lluht.. and at thsame t"me he mikM ntr.(5eraM a codefendant. lf 0mar tvrr mntj0n5,i ...hlf VKn aeflK" l.-i-rteeaM i v. of he for.y-seve.th staniA resds: , A. th. ..u .hould hd . p,bble. i cut John Doe mtwt Irsve quoted from mem- ory or he Is not a thorough student of 'tner: or possibly he has not evein a . opy of th "Itttbalyaf to refresh his iiemory If he has not I will jtladl - present htm with one. And while wo are on this subject, may I suggest a hano in the line re- ferred to? It has alwaya appeared to ire too artlrlctal and stra!nr1 and not up the few crumbs to be tntsed them v.t--'n k.rp..ig with tho easy and sonorous by som 3.00.000 Republicans, "ut The jc fluency if the re.'t of l-ltzflerald's trans- Utlon I would sugeet tht it read. A wou.i th Ocean beej K pebba.cat. While fully aware of my temerity In i trying to correct FltrGerald. as a stu dent nnd admirer of Omar Khayyam , "t"1 of Fltztierald as his translator I am ; I deeply Interested In having thU trans-' flat'on i, perfect as can b. ,h xnri.(ol "th aeveti e.V I.. enclenl mm .Inhn TVte Abrt-lk rin,lhH the follow ts se.i i,re meant. iut they would be the only ones known In ancient i times: Mare Erytbrieura. Arabian So. Penlan Be Ked niplin Pea. H'-ielc Sea idl;rranen l1rlat!i "ta. Mnm PeretctiA. dlnue Arablcue. Mare Caeplun,, I'nntti Kuilntu, Mare Intermun. Maro Artrlatlrum. This Is orlv a e airKestlon. I lav further research a' 1 elucidation to thoee pure versed In ancient topograph) and nomenclature than I am Kdwap.p Macdonam) OsstKINO, March 30. Advuure N'otlre. To tui Ebitos or The Hon file. Why all this mleplac-d erudition about th origin of the phrase "tho seven seas," since it Us merely the name of the p patriotic monthly magazine soon to ap pear as the organ of the Navy League of the Fnlted States That twiu to K-'tle It Edwakd PntCK. Roi-iiHSTin. March 0 THE COST OF UPLIFT. Two Fnmples In a Jersey Town That Fries for Mr. ltedtleld. To the KtUTos or Thi Sun Sir; Two ivincreto lntan-'es of tho coat of "up. lift" to the common man : A year or so m,n when the railroads w.re gtlU mnnlnn their own business a round trip ticket from this town to Philadelphia cost H 50 ; now, In oonse quenctg of the adilce of the Interstate Cotmierco rommlss'on to the com panies on the tlrst application for a 6 lr ,-fnt frclKht rate lncree, th" same tl- l:et coi.ta ?:.,:, The. local building and loan aaaocla t on wan formerly able to pay the taxes for borrowers up to the rate of 11.10 on J 1 00 on the nntount of the mort gage loan and still pay a fair net re turn to Investing owners of shares. Now after pUnteous regulation, the as sociation must discontinue eitendlm? th's aid to the borrower on special loans. I would suggest that Hedtleld send an agent lu re, as for eome reason or ii!hir fttir Intliirtrii do Tiot mm !ihr full time or full lr,,mld rosIMv the """" "r" -" oi Trenton nnd Norrlstown and do t.ot hknow their bunness K. W. IIcnt i I.Aiture.TvlLi.r:, N J, Mnrch 30 AZIM GROTTO - - i n .1.. t..i. .-.o . . , " ' ' j Prophets of the I,nehanted llenlra. MVs. er-ls t 'ms-nn nu Tti. Ciiu tfj- . A - i . r. ' -''"- To tiik. l.'piTon op Tin Sun i'tr; As .MUiiaieii ... ni.uu nraiui, .-.u.nuor i, l wish lo notify your paper that Hluidu-, Stll1 ,nB ,, eXlited the emploi merit kiam l.rotto of Detroit, Mich., on Feb- if a fi.it!, the more elevated and en. ruary 19, had a class of 1.021 eandl- i grossing Uie colr.el.1int nJo ment. Fn dates i.,!tnvf,l iitefoirM 1. tneomn.itlhle w.th Tim .Itosoiila rronlcler of Chc.go, ' dated M.tich "0. informs me that Aryan lirniio of Chi. a k.i on Maicli 10 had a (.'.o-s .f I PUT, candld'iles Whloh jiroien that the l!.-otto In one of the incitest oxlcrs In the woild ('"' ,i Muster Mason o Join tor uuod (ellowsulp. 1' Iioti.'II IUiiIilson, Nv.iv York. March HO Atilmae, Saturn. To 'run Bt'iiua ur I'm rirs n ,i tin pomal renulallene of th Unlt'1 Sile do not permit thtpmont ot "live .nlmuli," Jiow Uo the newpiper writer n.l lln dally pre eoiiiiun with arn UUe thts. "lllrl o( by IMxei Vot In Taa fvs ot Mauh i7T Uvrrythlng from babv to Simi.lc U C. il, MfirrisaroH, t'a , March II, ' NEXT YEAR'S ELECTION. Ohsenntlun of the State of HcpuM! ran and rogresle Opinion. To Ttm KotroR or Tun Sun Kir In d s i.it hrs published to-d.iv your Wjsh liiRtoti roricntiutidc it a ura'ciy rc llwis the swelling tlo of trntlnnnt opin ion that Rllhu Hoot fhould not foibld i b! natno to b o.ed as that of the lt- mlli!l 0.lnd(1,8 for lho presidency ,,, provided, it must be rimrm- borpd, timt his phjsic.il strrmrth w b.tp- ...I. ! .. . . U . . . t , It i I V-., , , " , r ' ' ' . , I'W mil os hdio 10 unuergo ine eirain ui campaign, and the far greater strain tn-1 cldent ti ' I. psssjng from hi- sevcnly-KCCond to his T, "',,"' " ,n a n.v.r The country reallzeei to-day as never befor0i moreov,r th(s vltn importance Pf electing as Vice-President a mnn who Ls of full Presidential c.ilibrc. Consld- erlng all the circumstances, Including our domestic situation and our rela tions with foreign States, It would be dim utt to name national candidates with whom our country would he In safer hands than If the following ticket were chosen ' For President, Kuan rtooT. Por Vlce-treldent ClliSLEI E. ItCHHIS. Rotb of the United State- ot America. .-l inai or nuiucm ui uuui m.u, mn happen to be residents of the State of New York : should not e h h f-, ine.uiure n the ludKinent of Intelligent The fact that by accident of birth both ,h. .i...inn wnnlrt he un- ihanued. They are not confined by State boundary line. They are citizens of the republic. Hut m.ty a mere oberver or events venture tho suggestion that a man other than It'JOt or Hughes or Hurton Is nut unlikely to bo nominated as the itepun- lc;m candidate In 1916? And for the I follow. ng reaeone) In 1512 atiproxlmntely 3,000,000 Re- '....Unr. . r . f,lr T.,et nnd i 151- ab0,It 2.000,000 of the bolting 4.- 000.000 had returned to the iiepunu.-an fold. More than one Progressive Is now . .v. !' 7 V of the 4.000 000 ,.,. v., ,n!l..ed aa Renublleans. Yet that the, Procresslves have re- pented of their polit.i-al sins, confessed thrlr faults nd are 'wn.nK their necks to the imprint of Hepubl'. an footslcpB Is too absurd to consider What then may we expect the situation to be when the Republican national con veiitl.iii in-.-th t5 e!".-t a l'res.den'lal cjii l'.'l.ite th.- su'nmer of 1?1 . Hguies sometimes t-11 the truth; let "la bp,"m p! . A.to.d.-i to t..e p'ss.pi.itj nun !-ond m lr"'5 tho U'PUb'.'can party e comtd of 3.000.000 Repub- Hcar.s and 4.000.000 Progressives. It would b pimply ch.ld's play for the Proi slletl to overwhelm the Itepub- lfan!' through sneer run e ot ruimoers " o'ltute for Prea.dent whomever they choose. Having failed to elect Colon-1 Rooae- velt In 1 ! 1 2 as a ProgrtJslve candidate. .v.,, numtlon nrl'es in an Innocent, un- tutored mtr.d us to whether they do not intend to e.rct him In 1?14 aa a Repub - ,i- muIihu. n , . ,. mm- h ll ntnnr Tho iooocftft Progressives reallv may feel tilnt they are "llcKel to a frazzle" . e.ev tnuy h" desperately anxious to Rather even an Innocent and untutored mind tlnds this somewhat dltMi'Ult to bui e One best brt Repub'. .an' standard bearer 111 1316, Theodore Roosevelt. Woodrow WlU-on reelected Prolden' of t'le Fnltel Ststes. H It. l'lx.is.iN-nti.u:, Mirch 5 "JUNK." The Ilaneor of n Br Ibleifd Cidlerlnr id He Won't ay What. To Tr. Editi-s or Tun Kt'M sir- U"ss there ever fuc' h place ss t-s to-oi 'In the matter of "Junl-" for n'e? If you don't bl!ev It lo-.k In t'-e phep uin.m srd trj- tr. Iniairtiix wtut vou j would buy, e.n at tho 'marked down" I rrl-e ; And yet, timho-i. when ou nr 1 1 iooklni: fjr our particular fancy 'n "Junk' how dlcll'-ult you nnd your quet ' Tlie thr day I waa looking for wel'., no matter, for f I told U might Hart a fad and spoil mv olgintl tnougfit. us lonil Icn-e undoubted'!- did the inspiration of the artlatlo "pny" who ivncelv.d ths Idea of light uppers. John Wortiit. Nrw York, Murch JO. Busy Loating, To .lie r.oiTon or Tlir r"L'N Sir 1 (" knew !! of dam wiio, clad In semt garmcnto, shovfl.ed 'ial In thi iiowtr hnuso for a living nnd tioli s'u h deilshl In tlio labor that he ha'ed a ho", lay. Not g.ven to lntrospvtlor. he never formulated to h!rr."tf the theory 'hit labor Is a blowing. He was h iipp in nis MV'in, mm nn nn. i-.tnj HatUtled with th fnm. h did not phi losophize Neerthles. that fact rested on a to inciple, A human bin is so constituted by nature that a natural pVasure springs from and aocompar !' the normal eer clee of ever human faculty. Abnormal i ondltlotik. within or iisUiout us, oce-t-blonally. frequently rnrhaps, hinder tte realUa'.iO'.i of natU'O'a bcnctl ent iIims i In t' 1 l-i'orous pro-ts of amassing w.-alt-. tli nun of business Is apt to ev perlen e Ween en.lii incut by tne mere exercise of his brains. Ill aiicceMi would of course be u disturbing element, bin when be iucw ods consciousness of gatn is not the only source of his satisfac tion for this tkirtly urlse also from the pract. 'il employment of his understand ing, W en the nccumul.u! in of r: -h.-j need no lona.r be a umllie for retn.Vn lng :n busluo's thi iiuestion artsch .vhcther he ought not t . oonttntia hie. lomuiei, Ial p'ireults for the take alone f that gi antiunion which accompanies mere a-tilti lly a", means let him t .v. ... t, , ull un,.r nut ins; alternative is not impeiatiie () fnet,, Hr rctirc-n-it are noil ne-eNir'lv sinouvninus. '1 n 'bb-n.e,. re5 of loafing" need not ! t.i' en In the hobu inei'iilng of the phrtf,e T'ie uutital nneigie-. bri'UKltt Into pla'-' In , 'ho ir,itis.i.ioii or nii.-.ncss are Pit a, I fraction Of man en.tow Illellfl. I lie "tiip.irntve'.i restil i.'d routine f , '"'" " "."'r.ri;, 'h;'!'' , ?:..f mind Its practical fir miun n, not ' ; - - f ,h hl'liest use of the un.lorMaii.tiinr thai peculiar lens on of mind which is cNaeiol I', inexorable t rattle 1'uie dellchi la ooiiktiiutioua ly calm The trainiull Jcn of bus loatliii in calm l otreil are imp uallcled In II,.. marie f lev. rleti .iiiii'C r-'tr. fix months troin now oui re il' g iiier.'h.ii.t ot 1 2, li.ivilm lai.'ed th. me. H of ait le e ise, w, lei a loiiitio ent judue of siili.uii u bieeacd i.e,- in itn "''51 consiiiiiiii itu ,uid ll giif t.g f Tin .1 A. M. I'iihsti.ii Marin 30. X Itnmani-e of Ken Ire. To tiik FpiTon ov Tiik Si n -,vir. friend ' etoppeil me ' 1 1 id., strei' . ,e diy and said he u m k' '.g lo end nn. til later I lo'iialli e, J.IM on' I'i a qullllty ln Mcxi.o hy Wooui U il mm." Ol.lVWI OlTIC IISIIOIINK, Waiiiinoton, D. C, Marou 30, THE AMERICAN LEGION. Objections to the Korniallon of the Force It Cotileniplates, To tub rjniT"ii of Tin: Hfv ilr: Tha nopu..tion to C'.IIOll UN hi in) of 250 OlU tiulr.ed prurcssluiial Muldlers not iliro lly subject to State or Federal .lutliorlty Is so cxtranrdlii kry and so far reaching in i.'j'.albll ilea that It sliortcris otic'a brmtn ) o.itempl.ito It. "American I.eitlun" lus a .itilotlc and roul stirring pojikI, hpiI the avowed purpose of na tional difeiuc Is siirulj an honorable Pu.ie. but any sehems to organize a .,.,. -,i nr ,,- ,i,,in- "'j'1" ' 'ut or e l b , iroVtuSy.on .f,i il la! wonh, of h I mhSM Patriotism" and "loyilty" are rather elastic terms. They mean Just what you think they mean, not what any other lellow thinks ho disagrees tilth you Noixidi cab deny the patr.otism of the Southerner In lsill or belittle his loalty lo h.s State .mil institutions. The ragged ami half starved followers of Lee who died In the last ditch were In every sense the equals of the pitrlots of Valley 1-Virge. In Kraim- there Is an organization known as "The l.eigue of Patriots." It was founded after the disaster of 1170 In tho Interests of the national defence, It dletmgulidied Itself at the I'tfllx l-'aure funeral by an attempt to oic turn the republic. Its popular lender, Paul terouI?de, who was the Idol of the French soldiers, with his hand on the . . .. . . ,. mmmunHlnr fiener.al J ' ' J i mandmg C.encral v him to turn Ws troop. .... .u . ... -i.i... f-aternlzed with the troopa on either side. All Paris wltne?ed the effort nnd breathlessly mvalt-d the result. The republic, torn by dissensions of the Drey, fus use, temed doomed. Had Derouledn been a tighter like ttij'.Mivelt, llisteid of a pot ami dreamer, and tno citiitiuiider Leonard Wood, a j , u..lturo 0 n9 0ri creation, either the i orlianlst would now be on th- throne br the empire of the Hnnap.irtes rees ta'il'.-heJ. Hut the French otticer wn u ei.fTfient sort of "patriot." and his "loy al!." I ly In his duty He Is now dint ti K il-hed In the gteat b.i"!e front. DerjulMe wmi connoted of treason and banNhed !ly th s.de of Itoosevelt's army the Russell Voung picture of the "Man on Horseback'' eeenii a mean little Hal- lowen pump Orant's first act as i-resioeni .vs .vss to remove tho armed souiters irom tne nn.H nousr.. r,. a.,. itnn..oeii th nm President to introduce the cavalry escort and the armed private bodyguard. Grant, the most popular professional soldier the ountry ever produced, always talked of peace, and daily strolled about the na tional capital unatto.idod. Howsevwlt breathe" war and slaughter and goes thousands of miles and endures all sorts of hardship' for the pure lov of klll He nlw tys wnre a p stol In his hip pocket. It has been said, while Presi dent, the omy pistol toter who has oc cupied that exalt, d rosltlon In our nlrid.'' e wo alwavm eee him on the bu-kinc bmnco. a huge knife between his tee-h and a .4 4 In el'ber n."t It d.n-sn"' niattei greatly 1i-ther the "Amerli mi l.eitlon" scheme whs In spired bv Roosevolt or not. He Is the tvpe who will emtio' the organization Wlt1 :r.'l.0"0 men trained lo arms oa-t , of , .h a 3,r. he Incomes a most forni.dable and metia lng factor u th body tiolltlc. For all that Is necessary to mke thts army master of tho coun- trv ts to put arms In their poseslnn. rltlen and cannon And then they m'ght , ess'ly tVe rxissef'-'n by f"rce at any time Trained In the ue of arns. in the ,-amn. In the march and battle, they wouM b the equal of l.h Fed. ra, teo'ps 1 of wil-)i thev formed a part and with' whom they galred thetr military expert- ropr authorl-lej. jhould -crutl- if t'i's proros't on cle'y and sit down nn It I ird. T.i I'ong'ess alone helorgs the power to raise a-rnie, ,,f ,itdch the I're-ident k ConTrnniler in (1'nf It Is the dut;. f the Congress to provide for the na "nnal d-fene; a duty thtt cannot with a'ety he delegated to persons In pr vate ':t. No anioun' of sophistry, of no'ola n r tscs ef "patrioti'm" and "loya'.t." i-ji l.-en the danger that '.urks In this mo' rnn'ii CtHft.ES TltUepOKK MrSRAT WiRpnNsnt.Li, W Vb., March :? COTTON'S PLAINTS. V Ml'lslppl Opinion of the ronntr' l.xchange. To lilt F.piroK or TtIS Scv-.tr For more tli.in tii'ti cars tli Conirress and law- tlial..'i I'Jd'.ri of tills i-Ojntri per- miilei the New io:k and other eje- changes in th.s i-nuitrv to t-ontrol t'ie .-o o t'l -ul!i i-otton c:op.s by 'Ke d rtiest lughh.i'ilrd inetli- 1s and rules goviTjon t-ades t'-it we e eier foxed nn a: huiii-et to.lnitf ptop'.e In any ge or history of tho wot id Fi these dsmnable rule" ootifol'.lnr. all the dirtv unsplnable cai'Mr c-ittons raked together every e.ir wore hnwkJ to these e-ichancee, and thore kept per petually, lor uie specne purpose or i ia- lng thm or tho inaiKet to aepress l'r" . j rip) wprn v.lMien hi irnm !' in fcV a halo moiw tliin the- weie MOitll by : M'.l ru'.'e. and tn-! was no f-M-ain, tp-ii ti-i' li i 'ii i'i boiii-'it i contract n th the in ontjoii of tiiKu g the cotton iinen n-nn'TKii ""inn "in. '!,.,, i. .rf1, .., e-e.,d Of getting a hundred bales of cot- ln.ha, y, , ton U v.rjl.i hue nn 1. k h..n.l.. fro-i, "P . K , ,,., twort-thre to twcMi-olght .1 fterent ca!.nI'' h o,0""'" " 1 .11..., 1. . I. ... L ...if l,n. 51' 11 1 ' ' ' l'' could not bo soil at, wi,er on earth within l. to 5-0 .. bile of what h wps forest to pin- ; r it TI.ere was left but one thing for him to do. ami that was to ,ell it Wk t0 the'e pirates on a future contract, de- IKer It back to them for perpetuil use, is nn ,r,trt,,,t.,l In- flirt nilrttt i.r,vnrnlnr . trades, po.V.et hla lws aed s.iy nothing Tie s -ii r b s'lUeied long and begzeil bard (or ,i remedi, but not unt'l recently was Its cry heard, and then only a par tial relief was c'veri. It has he'ped greatly, but more Is needed Our Clovernrrent Is working along the rtcht and Just lines, and has by Piw made them cut out a great deal of the d ui rules gn-,crn.i.g the delli.-rv of cot ton on eoiitrait, a'.d while a lnijil howl ! uolng up fn.ni t'am it Is to be i.,pe.l that our Goiermm.nt will ntier atriln Vldd Ul them the privilege; of living ial. lie fie our COt'on, haseil on Uie rsiltel et n.bl'ery K-heines ever curlrd on site.- tl beginning of roninierce. I 'lie 1 1 oea not hiue to look lurM fur tier th in th - present ini e-i ik it on low going on tigaxli'ig the conditions ih.it Ml l-.illl .1 te'iale'V aiul cotton culture 'i the Suit i, tutors Ins luart w.ll tcl wllli Minpathy toi I'mee who p. I .ear Hi rd ;-e ii- nut m.iKii'H lo'ton ! pauper pi ','es. ,is thi'V are l-e'iii: lontiolled b" I tlnc axh enemies ot honest I ilioi These poor people are rooiiKih- tho ' Hood t,oid tor what has beep ilone l, , our Oincnuii. nt along tin l.n-s of bu lenneiit (ur I'lein, ho. I ute - - 1 1 p a' mg I that eouiil Justi'',) in ill may yet U- .tone, nil special ftnors to tun. ho nn longer allowed A U Fu 1 VrT rots'T, Mli , Mar.;h l: Cruelly to (lerunds. 'lo Tint l.'nt i"i: oi-Tiik fipt; .Sic. II ix iiih all ime. I the advanced iiue of 21 I I iinlllind ,f fit ..'iipetent to enter i i dixtnuuish'd tie), of "Jersey Cir.nn iiiariane, ll.it in.i.lern lil.r.i-i- I U.. linn I lei'c "D " o: Hi llepl.iln to page '.!.' of tie .1 ll.ig.ir'. "New Fill- leislticH D el urn il v Mii i, ',in l'.ii'ie..t s Hunt of foluiiil.il in his ,u"i.'o on Practical Snt ix" ta in part: Tho pon-e Oi'' I oe nl iSo p-.ili.iun anil i 'i of th. n.in ehia' 1 tie u.. , tit-tore n cer i'id "P'' itf light. It slioul.l he the peces s'lv of II ll s i t.ng ei.ci get!, alh " m I Una ,uii UK t' e oilier I, t ppily tew 1 ii m .- in Till !i s ".r i, , i, . he i.iKen as leipl i,g ,i tit, i , t., y llfige I) llui'111'um k.w York, March 30, CAMP FIRE GIRLS TOO Cut Donation of S;i iiMI Hnlf Orirani.iilioti . Tlicn 'Vfoi'ini KKHETiS NOW Vt Ml:; i; Thirty-seven gimrdlnts . Fire Girls of Amer' threats to secedi r , their resignations. lr ! lho president, was f, their action, but e.t I would hale no effr-t ,t tlonal organization in ri tory of the Camp Fhe told why George W p. s i come Into the organ John I). Rockefeller cut . half last i ear "Tliesfl resignations w.- iro" t not have the rcmote.t Camp Fire illrls, T offset by thirty-one a i i ' guardians which tamr , by fifteen more which We have a tot il i f ' the country. The orgaj.,. .' lng so fast that fie'o 's i j of covering the llel L ' Tho thlrtj -seven rer.gr r -. mostly from Mat h.iltsr. whom there are UI all to i M Miller of New York I v . Holslngton of Rye are 'he V secessionists. Tho Hrtxs who plan similar t leadership of Miss (ira going to meet to-n.ght t avenue, Hrooklyn 'A- t "ee-4 "Tho reason that Georire IV ... wouldn't come Into t.ie o-r Wag because wo wouldr t c -e of It," esplalt ed Dr , 1 . , over the Camp Fire Ji N 'r. wanted It to be called ' e h after an organization w. . h s p ter Dorothy founded U wo- i t sent to change the na.'ie "We have had th-ee '-even i I; the organJzaUon. Tlo rrjt wM .Z gard to our oomnie i a ;-, majority of the board ' 1 - proved It. Then cum "e e of dues to make our ' o t t. ine wiiru iin ino p e" -T e-r. started when It ho. -am- e . ., y reorganize oeoauso wo were debt- Mr. Kocxerelleir gave us a - to: H.400 two yetirs ago La-1 ei e-jl It 111 tWO. He M il we W e , . sue I saw S"rr J " ... m to look into my ot" , kl-idp--- t -'-g M- !: for us. It sh" kd o'- 1 fou-.d that our reorps'..x - nar U'e had a a- and had the o!ll-e e -r developed later Into . versy between my !f a- I ' Parker" Dr. Ou'.tclt went c" " - days ago he a- .1 s t' e s 5R0 r.ew appointments the month of March ' i . the leader of a .a- twenty girls. tu . O.-tober ard Now- .r BUiriiiar.s appo : -. ! . e - . lumber of glr'.a , -T T.3S j. counting a i - o 1) L' i . T srp ri , si.t In their re;ir s ? r SURE COOK DIDN'T GE; TO ML M'KINLEY Pr, Arohdononn Stuck of t kon rnimpre:Mi 1 1 ' RVvfvinc ri.np ATfJideacn Hudson Yukon has r.ivi a . ufsu Post In Mi Cook's claim to .'c ' . Mi'Klnlev. Tlie ' 'i'ly to a hoof B-tirtn Swlth Ual A.-,:n,e,mm Rtu-:. read the hook. 11' 'It mil!' e t i - Cool; unqursttotia' ' '. Pn.ih Mount xi K - iiiiule of 10, soi , man. He has cir . 1 tire massive o' t. . t , Denall and Denal. I I McKlnley and Mom t pn;?tini inupe aim ascent of the , wu,hi f,oi rbe no" I the north. All ! a- the upper reulons- f--at suit 10 O00 feci rilRlciiltlei of f". as thus drserWd f-oni cent to t!i ,i'"" l:.K clear or iti' chapter Is a r'i., H1rul " , . . "" chapter la just would wT.te u .o and 'heaven k but w-.ls ICIi'la'lt No on th" ' ' th most lowe-' tecltsd to si s snows of t'.e s ' epce of naked Kr Thus the on d-l ' lng the top o, ' Dr CvA co'iiin1' -e 1 ' 1 to betrfcv rl'n .- eiery npiir -'. not only on t'ie ' 1 fco feet o' i ' . -"If Mr HiVi Is of the l' "e C'll KU'lot . t' ' the top ot Der .1 ' llnqulsh a clai'i; ' hsve reic ii' 1 1 dflrert to ' lies re has ! i gr TO PARADE BEF0R1 I Irlh Vninll V 11 Form I'ei him 'o " The l.irce-' Inlaid s.i"'e Dublin Hex' s N'ai.onal '" ir ' before Jo- n I:. National. st n.', ' Dublin n'"i " tratn.s wil I" . t . onn'i"! to D'i' In 1" x: t" 1 -' organU.sl to li i Flelicll till axl'"' raited a I w.o ' r' ",' "' - i 1 ."''" ' lf r.tl .l.lll'i veto of the I'.' t that no power lords oi' , nn i i ticielit tu Jin c llni voliuili . sidled and te reach 1 1 1 1 'u." I w as p ik-i .1 Irish :. i. , WIU'H Co It. ..".Ill I... .cilt i . i. ai e won' ' i , , ilmt iea.- n a . repeallpK im I lion w 111 bo me I" l I