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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.
4- o GARNER OFF AGAIN TO HEAR APES TALK Will TaUo n Phonograph to mirli l,iinirntirfl of Congo .Monkeys. WOMEN WILL RAISE FUNDS TO HELP TRAIN 5,000 AVIATORS FOR NATIONAL DEFENCE IS A IT Kit IMCTTRES TOO rur'li" -ItiOlo. tVurf! my frlnd Vfi 5 l" "i: ii i llfir- I am under tlifje pj'ni". f'11' " "0: u. ,!.( llific n tnoii)nl, I want to Join j mi W'hl' h n tnoiuo t.ilW, mull cli ,l,,t of the African JiitiRlt. Inter irrifl 1' l''"f Uloltalil U.iriAT. It . tv tal!. "f tin- little nlWN tll.lt swlns M t.i ' t. 11 ' not nf ""' fjrt S 'f nalUs itjirlRlit j y , , ii or t t.ilU t't the .'lilmp.utzf ! f of t f ier:it.on. Iior.ivi'r. liny to " .i , l' V -r i.. .ir two wpU11 n i i;of p k:'" frum J'1' Vor' fn. th. front ' I'miK", 111" iel.tlt) rur'lns pi omul He K""i lurti.v mi Ii , A11 ,, , .1 111 (illrMIK Ills 'll(ll"t . .) ' i sii.tBf .mil ti.irtlj" on lv Alf of i . fSml'JiKonl.in Inft tiltltm aril 1 1 1 1 -i r Zoo. fov (MCli of which llr .-( to nhtuln a collKtlon of iiViiHi.tn mil .i .1 u.iluril history .l- Iiiumi", np.il' twctity-llvi' rnri I'rof, Oatiit u.i "" nliiit to Afrlc.i to tin. lor h niM-lf In ii iU too "ttoiiir for i e:. tln rnxln alin of jttvrlllin to lend ncart. nhi lie ll5liT.nl nUlit and ihiy n c.itrh tlu strange IntleCtlonB of th jr olce. Now he on converse with IttJe. nionkoys .nut WR. returnlnu their -ure. but tt.ere 1 much that remains to t l.vmH. Mr. Dlininrs In Intrrratrtl. Trtif ti.tiuer w.ih oriIIiiit on his friend RavmoiMl I- Dlttiiars. curator of the Bronx Zoo. v esttrilny afternoon and con ttTini: with .Mr. Dltmari" about the tli a,U of th new xi edltlon. They nre tvre.-tcd In the iiiovIiik jiU-ttit OfJibiltles .if thf rxtetllttn:i. at Ills j'u "i S Jisdnlf Mr. Pltninrs has nti ib. i i- iiioMi1 studio In which lif o -t- iind ohtaui home retnarkaWe lo.i j s of entom lloic.cal spfelnvni'. -of lijTf Intends to uee Mr, Ult U! Id-a. In K'ttltii; Mm of the army r.t e 'r .1. tlio f-roclou xoldler and 'raser ai.t t n which whole vllliires ee la term when It swium by thou nr'lf r irf'i th Junple. I j- 'if ! i many tile Ideas for his new i:d ' T i etudy if avc UnBuaur . afte all. lii tlr.t k-'lent'.tti- aim. He i'l j "' '' to tn reae hl vocabulary , i j word". He will take with him ; ;or record for tin- recordlnc c- n, k-y latiKiHce 1! will try to ,nur" .! 'iv three youtiK Korlll.is for t t I1-p" Z.k and two or thiee youn c 1 . a w'idl. ,, p to the Trench oniro," u, 1 l'rrf liarnet' yeKterdaj. "and will fb'l-h headquarter" n the Like V'er r.i V.iitai- about two deBrees south i'i. (iiaitor .mil nerhltlis l.'it' .ll'.le 1 f-o the coast. Thereafter I j !....! 11 Inland to about f.'ift -nlles ! f" ailH.'AflH f lii OiprlKl' I'n leriud t'ndrrond. mmi-iirt",w.-l.".A--J''l TN0vH'ls- i T EADERS of the National Aid Society Seated Mrs. W. Allan Kartlett. StandiiiK (left to richt), (left to ripht), Mr.. S. Stanwood Menken, Mrs. Mrs. Irving Brokaw, Mra. Henry Hatnlin, Mia Charles Van Rensselaer, Mr.. William Alexander, Martia Leonard and Mr., llertha Ware t'ady. Anurlci will not be without an ariny a ineetliiB of the National Special Aid ! corp of aviator" If the women who ront- Society at It headquarter, li'l l'lfth pose the National Special Aid Society iivenue. eterday. Th Seventy-first can help It. The entite pioieed of tho l!eKl:n.7it band will play patriotic air and "patriotic rallv for national defiiice" to f,unoiiB opera singer, who-e name will he held by this society In cooperation ,, announced later will sins "The Star with the Aero flub of America lit Cat- lnKiP1i Itanner" llenrv A VI- Wood, nesle Hall the evenlni; of February '.'a vice-president of the net,, club, will pre- will be tinned oer to the fund In-'m; r.il-ed for the training of it coip of ,1,ii0 iiv'ntors Sic. ii' 1 'he need ' U"!v. ral nnl.taiy fon n .1 foe the trait. .UK of aviators c-mipu!-. i. ,.i i.. .u,Mied Hut tile Kre it attrar- n. - .fi' the Ihirope.ill b.lttlelbl i ce itK .1. show. ne inrsh.p" ilo'i.K ii. I i i r ii n Th women are tukitu; the mi-p,. Ill-' iUetioll Willi tfie.lt ..illli'.-ll and Mi' W. lleti t'.arthtt sa.d Jo', day tliMt the wa- koIiiit up " m i s rimitl Jut to ee how . (', The speaker jestenli" w- M ij loll V I.liel,fd of the New .1, . Jr.-' t a. who spol-e r.- -..rni'is I--' en . I'l. I l"'il ' He I -'. y niilit iry iru-, -.i; w a--i 1 - i'i- il .nii.' ' i if Ii- .. !, tail of the rally wfte discussed at tlon ,s t be ninv UK p'diire- taken on levi of r iti n 1.!.', WOMAN WILL UNDERGO "SPECIALIZED FLATS" : EX-SHOW GIRL WIFE KNIFE FOR 98TH TIME FOR GIRLS ARE URGED ' SUES J. E. CALHOUN !il She's. Moon Stitched So Y. W. ('. A. Invesliaator Find' Wiint Agreement l Wliieh Often in Nine Your She I)oen't Mind It. So-enlled "HoiiH"" and Hull lledrooms I'nfit. She Waived Aliiinn llinhl fni' Solid Set Ai'de, C ' f.e ..... .a r- at on my rormer e. - '. .,.,,.... ... 1 liaf. .. ,ntruct a strong case ".lie Vi-a - of . .Voiili rveidw. . 1 rod.- about llve-Ki.te,.nths Yoner w d" "f the .lo-ijih . ., .i.aiiieter. tn- whole en-, Vita'e p i-iari'i : to uiu'erKo theiilli"- u nett.nc of Mel wire. The ty-e'j; n" -urn i.d .1....MI ...I liv .i ttneniti; of trini ' i-r In 111 ..,.1 i no U"lt: lo the c.i?e til-- niiol.e: of m 'I'iuw made ,ie all of my .iceK-ary equip- b idy til"! a' i renni. nr. " in.oii . .... ..I..., 1 L. i... ,.f ii i!i-.in..fri' l'.irk. New carrU'il Olll. T ' t MM IK mil i . ..', ....... iiuit.x.H r'V 'hrce moving picture cani-. y.irl.. who hat- performed inos .milium.. soul:! aim to ill- oi..'-atloi. toM hi patient on f i. .ii (iii.H-tlw nrowiers. my -u. to .iIji ..I'..-.- that m thei w.i . mid so on. I no: n in' of hr body that h.ol ii"' 'wwi I toll.'..ed by the l.nife he did not I.'iow l.in-llli to He t.iired. i i.ow futute operation could siiiiie'y .e apple l.i-i' r. oii that ! sewn up "Sp.'i i.-ilized apartment houe fot Mrs Mab.l Sind.r -il.. n '..n . .i ..r,.i.i.. of lihm show nrl anil wife of Jam." IMw.inl BlrW nmy soHe the problem of ''. ,, ,,, ..., p.,,,,,, ,., for Wilms women foiced to exist on a (. , ,,!,, Ulli .., '.w,n ,. i ,. ' if o'lettn'on pet formed w-ekly w.m-c of from S" t If 'be . . piomofr a'ld sr-n-ci n.d-ot. or I- v .'"- ,Zr:n Z f the boar.1 ..f the Y..,,,,, , Wl'llam "Allien'. fhristian aw'wiiii - j aml u ylly 1ter.l.i. .n lor vui to set rk Vew carried out. The board' asItatit sec- aside an .iKiiement b wlnen she .11 t of' th- retarv. Mis I'.-ther Packard, has been i . epted S.'.firt In lleii of all alimo' fr ., i .. i.. . ' ' . , , . ... ,,,, her miliitid. Mr 'alh..u,i ilt -.n1 j ' in.tklnir an Inve.tlKa.Ion li.to the lKiuc )oi ,,,,.,,, ,,, , , , .1.. .ii t , -..w,.., .....I i ot..M . "I li-ive nail ' main. O.i Mill'1 H'J. I'M' ' aid Mr" t thii iilunt.itloii and to i.iy Vitel l as. Yon caimo'. tlnd :i m'nd them an 'nn b pUmB'ni: tnto the Jun- nfraM to bh iinu.'r n. lon't ,.wer condition of norkli.c Klrl. and the io- Mc.un-i suit was a i.-eoinmviulatloii mat ii' n .iii. Tiat.on apartineiit hou-" be built The boa.d t'.ri'.umn ti-nlbd ' i' Is -.rtoinH i-oiislderlnif the siikki stint . irv ;. I'M I while slit, wa- Ml-s r.okard study of Me sinwior l Intel lui-.ioul l.i i ini-ha'dw. in w.ih most thorough. Mie obtained 07 r. .hb he wa i.'"irif -"i i l.n-. i- r ,. i ... ...... i . w ..-itli worklnuwonieii II.. didn't rt-turn. but . i." I w.if n.wer 1 ; ' ,,., .,, .....i i1Vl , i fril, i.t, ii.. Nii-el. iimi. who haul. . I -i knife, and that ....'. .., ,,, ......i,. i,. .....i, of i-heek f..r t:i. told her tnr h. You tnut brine It m to l whv I have survived tdiiet.eMi ,r, ' ; ,, . ,,ri4itll; Ki. u- homes She support ai.d a"ked thai he u a r. no i,f fiiml, hi calls lis nil- i opration If peojil" "tisiped thliikini: l.lm(,i,1j,(j thal jf jjiere I one thliii: e-'ipt for il. She ilid so. hit le.it md -..it aureeiil.le to him. that they were colnir to d." on tne v.r,(. h.in it !,,,)! bf,ir,.M1 jt n "Home" later that she had s' let id i -epaiatioq i x.t to set some wonder,- oti-rutiiis tnole .'lay would come th-oimh . Jt ,.,,.,! u , .f tbeie l any- agreement .a whhh she ,.t- .1 $ s t- "! and to capture sev- ,,n Hsle." ' ,i,iB 'r,. 'than' such a Home it I a H lieu of all alimony, .-he t. . th d that r .! ' and chtmpilieos I I Vital.. husband die I n ear icn. , i1MaP1,(1I1. she took the . hei k to latum! I! Quxb. a- 1 with the Sn..thonlnn Ir.-' w VI-. "he wa on the operatin t tide, i. te one of thilr men uc-!,.r tlrt extierlei.... re-nlied fiMin an .. to join ate after 1 hav utta.'lt of anpend. Mtl In New iiiUan". a i'iBnient In the Junule. tjk itti;eon nude a bad Job of I; and de it collection for the ! t,,i ,n i ,i,uip :(n over ttitiiln. one he ... f 1- i.nerntlon followed another Until -t" a'tv :i'iloii to rapture jlluj two performed remilarh e.o h 'uotiHv s . s t.,t zee winch ran b . . it. 'actonli- a was Mlsle, ' meseetril to ' the llronx Y.oo ' .-trs ,co. She died it yeHr rico , ORDERS OSBORNE JURY PANEL. 'h it t - Su-ie could do about i:-Vpilen to i four-enr-old child ould aemble iteomet- . ir f.t'i plane and solid, could nuemenl Inilletnient 'liiemlnr. Wiiitk. I't.siSK. N. V. Feb. in. Ju. hall beilroom Mi- l'a. kard found that tin re aie llfty-the iion-commetcl.il "home" f.r woiklnitwonieti In the city, w'th total lie '..mmod.itlons for ."..a'lf' She ntudled rntnuliiK houe too, and makes the startling statement that In ! room tic h.ni-es which she visit. d only twenty six have any sort of public pat lor where the n'rls can entertain their men friends And so Ml Packard tirue tin "spe-lalUed aiiartment lioue." plradlm; a friend of ht r faunlv and a d ,t for he. Mrs I'al'i.un t.-i tle, that h.r hii band told her he hoi a th rd int. r. -t "n certain ''a'adi.fi " t'"",ett ..'id th it i hi shite was wor'h S 1 .r.i....t. Niis"bau'n. called a . w iih-- f.o t't hoiin, ie"tltl.d that althomih Mr- i'iI l.riuu wa iiervoi wlie'i j-he " I tlo iinr einent, she knew Vih.tt she Waw dn 'iK and told him Mie didn't th'td. f .flu wa . noiiirh to pay her fin a wa vi ..f I i hut It would till a Kreat need anioni: ni;h,K ,;, a ,.,.,K a, ,,, ,,.. , iiiousanos 111 tvori.lUK Hiri .-.urn a friKn,., the .tKteenie. t lilllinini: woillll nave nine oi mull oihi tv,li,11M.M eollii-e lontenilM tint lie jp i.t iree tierrectiy anil up to lice .iinncniuir in me .-iiinni ii.uiii oo iuhiii'iii-'i o- ne-.n-. . JOt m i wile aurr no ii.oi -ipi'iii n Mi'f Hv eotild elect "l color to.day dln-cteil Comnil-sloner of .luror and would have it cafeteria run In eon-j on her and wa unable to bornoc an t .n.l ..I.,.... 1 ... tfO r.fi t.u tn ilrau' un extra tlllliel of "mi ' . . about iKio word. .Juror to serve at tho trial of ov-Warden v ' .... the rnot Important er. j Thomas Molt tishorne. which will henln P" n I sier attempted. Twenty-tlve I on IVhruary 21. The ex-warden will !. enr intlts used to hiURh at ! tried on an itidiclmnt chamlni: perlury. hut they don't any lonser. It wa announced that Justice Mor- " "hi worn off and experl-1 -rhaiiser will permit Mr. inhume to re.n. ihown that I wa correct plead to the Imllutineiil churKiiiK ni "- i- . ai- hout the abllltv of inaiiiiKement at Sine Sine ptlmn on ' e.fv ideai hv means of the .Tuesday. Iitrlrt Attorney Weeks ha e t r.i I opposed the pleadltiK to this Indlcimen' 'c rr-irs ild that the nil-' for some time on the cround that I' I. '' ' i". 700 expeet sreat ieults his niivlleKi- to fix the time when Mi Career's expeil.ttotl aiil Mr. IHtmais, "has Hie supplv of animal I to keep our lllttUtloll Up r v i'n". The anlmitts came nv throURll the HilKenbeek, n- ureil them In frlea So i e of our collection are 'liis'ed and we depend upon ' to help u out. .eovt ileviroii" of obtainlni! i' a n two and a chimpanzee i trotllla Is easily worth i 'i. spei-lnieri -fe had died ne a ico, I look for Prof, lain splendid contribution mer w stnppinc at the Hotel in .-omplrtms his pinna for ' 101 Osborne shall plead, DECIDE T0INVEST1GATE JUNIOR NAVAL RESERVE nertloii with II Item.. II iiioiikhu more money fr Ins fa'her He sm.l could he n low as K 50 and J3 it week, rulhoun is tin. line to .ain h own 1 - itc hecaiise of his "tieiiotis, ins...i! FAMILY NEEDS $150 BADLY. a.,,i m. nt.n sta.. I The case will iro oti to-dav Mntlier "d Seien Clilldren thlnl by I harll Orikaiilxntlnn, Seven MititiR children ami their mother were left helples when Mr 1 wa ac. I ileiitally lillled 111 n street afliay. The t that he had nothing whatever to do Thomas W lli.i.nlliu i h i-ii,.-with the quaitel made his loss far more niiin.ii:e. of th.. loi tj -emiith Sti.-.i bitter to hi wife. The Chailty invanl- Tlieat'e, ple.uh d Klult b.l.n.- .Iiit.'.. zailon Soclfty ha.s teen l.eeiiinr tho hunie , HerN'i t, llirriuaii and Salu.nii in Sp. -together. Three of the children had In -ii cl.il SesiouH yesterday to a . haiL-e placed In nn Institution, but they have allow Iiik a in. nor to perfopu on th, been rcslottd to her now, and the little j Mane wiihoul a pound nn .I.ii,u,i. home Is far mote comfortable and brlttht ! an uncut of the ileiiy s.,.i,iy f,m Th-oldest child, a lad of la year., has James Kaule KI diets v ...i' old. p'a :no stnrteil to work and Is niaklni.- Jl.aii nil.' A'cd Mom. 1 In ".lill a Wonnn " r ,"i o an. i n tt hi on i -i BOY ACTOR IS CALLED OFF. l ine llnnu ihff lliilne Mooouer Thomiin llroilrilinrsl. uai.li ulilali lie tllt-nu nvep It. IiIh 1! ..t V...... I ,.,..,, .,l,..,. III.' !!!.. nr.. oiilv a wm It . Uiol he I , Mrs I 'at ll. I . Ill I r J 1-1-1 ill , HI I ii" ''...',,... ...... ... - i .....I .l..,!,. I jiaCIlM IIO "I' lllrtll.. irni Him ..illie The mother cannot elm her clilldren Ih.-i care mid atleutlon they need and do much work, but take, In M'wlni:, The o'let asks for lira) to cover ac tual necessities for the next dx month, lilfts may be sent to 10a ICast Twenty mel w....,,,i,l .ireet. iimi will he nroinollv no. leet Henry II. Ward to Conduct liiquirt. riiiectois of the Navy laacu jesteidny at India llmr-e imd dl.ufed !,,, iR,.,, - the raited States Junior Naval Heerve, T,m Mtf,.t) aoktiow lrdK s with Ihankn BENEFIT MATINEE PLANNED. the orBHiilzutlwi or which it I ine par- ,,a!lll ,.(intrii,ulloii of II In response to , r,,l hody ami which eiijoi-.i ior .i mo.- ,( prPV,m, appeal in Tub Sp. for tMII lie l.,,. nt Thenlrp I'ranriili on I'elirllnrv Ml, . " " -' 'a Clara romuilltee of the Vacation Society will tun services o rti i.i...... '"""' . another ranilly been a inetnher of the "Wo llos, famed for collecllni; money from prom inent person. Tim Navy I.eiiKut. I. ro Ins to investlcate the I'nlteil Stateji Ju - WHITMAN PLANS NEW PRISON. 11.1 th. I.oi'-r.ldiel- were hlimniolled to coult. The .lusti. i.y .mi. peildeil seiilence III the c.i f of Mis 111,, liets. a lliet did li.it he icve blie w.. tlle resi)onlllle pill'ti ftcl the ll.ali- ai;er oiil il oil his plei, - Maul Super intendeni Tlio'e.i Moor.- of the t 'In I -dieiis Society told the court thai "His proceeilllnr was taken only after ecr liody'H paticnci. in llie -nc.lt wa laved to the iitninM The d.ii ml nits eninvl.i disreiiatdnl till law " "rules. the men tt " .Iqtice llelhcit told the llctf inlaid, 'i ie llh-t I' tint assiuaiice Ironi tin. i m-i Id.. heads of volll' compau.i " -liall b, coinpelleil to iinpn-e a lame tine on yon. To kIo an npp.iriunlti. lor mi. Ii .ismii ance lo be made we wi I adjourn in case until I'ehi u ny Is " Hlor Naval Iteservo hh .i result of the Wnnta Another Insltlalloii Mkr -orty-fm rth stree-, I l'!!!!V-'V." "!"!" m , . 2 Thl irrt M..rto. 'i! for the betiellt of n-IXthe InveMhiathiV ' AuuST. l-eh. 10..-HOV. Vhltl.,a " "-- "..ire inaliitalneii lij in. jlo.rt iiacoii, former Amhussador to ,n.. It plain to-day that he faiors an-! A illimer for iibout '.'nu of Hi" dest . s.tni.i ( lara. .N. "r prunce, wa. tllrecied to lnvell.tti. the uper farm prison on the line of tlmtuiei poor of the ncKhborl I will be p.eii' iiii.erciuosi". .-."ii . .. , tin rtserve a week ami. and (treat Meadow prison, to be established i ulvnn to-day mini 'J iini'l ' I' M in tin i .iiK.tr i ' ini'i . ' , ,., ...w.Htion of Inqulrlni,- Into the re. it.-c1cmii. Dutchess cumty and IlUtneiiette "III . .. .... li.iho & Helm. 1 'rlw. floeornor wants mi itiiiunnrlatlon publishers of Tfcc Nct en h'nw tnaKitzlne, , peli) work In the sprlliK. with suf- UeI HlMll 1 It r nt lir ' a he obtained of Miss Ade. I ". 11 blast Slxt' -sixth "ie hoX otll'e AlllOlli: in uen are Mrs John a iniiip ; Miss liaylls, Mr Anon Heard, users, i ! i. , Jacob Astor, Mr. u rnrloss, Mrs. Adolph ' ! in S llurihn, Mrn. I. Mrs Iti'Kliiald I'lnckc, . i. liieenoiiKh. Mis (,'hes. VI r William W. Ilenlclt, lb hi, Mrs. Ulfford Pin v lir Welib I ou iliieli (in tor In Urollnnil. i. ,. Ihiulishman who has t i i'i cull;, said that the i ii'i'tri with Kfouse. part ' Kanie The reason for t ie hunters had none to a. Inids weie bieedlriK its . n Hie e.'inie annnlH of Scot- created a storm In the leaune. Ititlph nolent additional funds to construct a II, StrusshurKer, one ot nn. iiirecior. rut.w ,oek at Sinn sihk, who favored the Invcetlcatlou, has slin.M New York Home for Homeless Hoys 1 1.1 Hast 1-Kd licet, by Million I ; .i founder and iniinai,'ei' of the home it Is to cotnnieinoniie the twcnlj -llfih a nlversaiv of the bcRimum: .f In worl. been made the defendant III a 2Sii, suit for slander by liaho e; llellli. At yeaterday'H nieetlni.. to fur as could be learned, no slep were taken to nupport Mr. Strassbui . In this Milt Herbert I.. Satterlce pieslded iind was authority for the ettitciiient ihat Mr. Ward would constitute a comml'tce of one to look Into the rese-vc nnjanlr.a tlon, of which Scolt Halm of liabo -llelni I secretary. Mr Haho has said thai the books of tin- rinianUatlnu ate open to a free and frank examination I'roin the door of the ofllriw of palm K Helm the lettered printing of the Navy l.cHRUn'K name, had been deleted iesterday No explanation wa made there as to the rausn and Inquiries of the league's dlrrclors ri'Kardlnu any ptinlhle HnvrrliiK uf relations failed tu penetrata th mystery. 1' Os PER MONTH ON PLEDGE 0 OF PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF MEW YORK 1 . i M 4ISII 4TT . IIIH. I "... Coiirll.indl Ave cur I lth Slns't , I'ourth Aieiiue. cor. Mill lreet. niiiiiiiii v I lildrldne Hln-I. cor Itlilrmlon St q( ,r,VlVl"-?..i. ." setenth Ave., bet 4Mh iimi 40th His. iiriili.iin Ateinie cot lielietol.e i tilnglnn Aie., cor I a II Ii Street. I'll kin innc co- lh-kiiwiij .r llrud Htreet, ror, riliilon Htieet. my i;( ICNT ( IIAUl.lill o Hum ltd Ht.. ImiI, Leilimlim K :ld Ave. IZ l.iiANS lllil'.MI) Willi IN i li.sl Ilotmon Ht ror. Kei ht 2 TWO W KIiliS I'UHM DATIi j Every thoughtful American of to-day, whether private citizen, public servant, preacher or writer, is following George Washington in pleading that the Nation Prepare for Defense Without Delay. WHY? Because these men KNOW our country is in grave danger. American honor, life and property require national insurance. We believe America's continued existence requires obli gatory universal military training for our young men and readiness for service by them for national defense. Men and women of America you can help ! Help the campaign for National Preparedness by giving what you can to further the work of the National Security League. Do your share. Don't expect others to do it for you. The League Needs Funds to give One Hundred Million People all the Facts-Facts known to Every Foreign War and Navy Office and unknown to most American citizens. Your contribution will be used for educational purposes through our Branches, as well as National Headquarters and other patriotic organizations, and will be carefully spent. This is a great work and merits the assistance of every man and woman in tho country. Congress will act only when there is a positive demand from the people. To impress upon Congress the necessity of action, the League is organizing branches to widen its influence and desires your membership. Send your subscription at once to the NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE, 31 Pine Street, New York City INC. At least, enroll as a member on the accompanying coupon. Send a two cent stamp for literature and membership blanks to distribute among your friends. We need your help. OFFICERS JOSKPH H. CH0ATK - Honorary President AI1'ON H. PARKER Honorary Vice-President ROBKRT BACON ChairnmnBoardof Directors S. STANWOOD .MENKEN, - - President HERBERT HARRY - - - - Secretary E. H. CLARK Treasurer Read This! THE NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE is a non-political, non-partisan, absolutely neu tral organization, which is conducting- a nation wide campaign to secure adequate prepared ness for national defense. It has sixteen state committees on National Defense appointed by Governors and seventy-four Citizen's Com mittees appointed by Mayors, to co-operate in its work; 12(5 organized branches from Maine to California and a National Committee repre senting its r)0,000 members. The League advocates support of the Woman's Section of the Movement for National Preparedness, No. 1 Madison Avenue, New York City. NOTE: This advertisement is paid for by a friend of the League who believes that the American people will welcome an opportunity to unite in a single organization devoted to the service of the country. FINANCE COMMITTEE Franklin Q. Brown, Chairman Courthmdt Nicoll Samuel V. Fairchild Frederick H. Allen Sidney C. Borg Nicholas F. Brady Walter T. Rosen .John D. Crimmins Walter E. Frew -John B. Lunger Parker Sloane J. Kennedv Tod U. Creighton Webb George T. Wilson THE NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE, Inc. I dosin; to he enrolled as a niPiubcr of the. National Security I.eajri"' in tho class designated below with a cross-mark X and I em lost- herewith $ in payment of dues. MHMIIKUSHIP f. .Annual $1.0(n I . .Contributing $."1.00 I.. Life SLTi.OO U .Founder... .S100.00J Same (I'lraee write name anil address with particular care.) I Indicate I. class of lneinliondiip desired) Address f City i Street Date. 101 State. Make checks payable to Tin1 National Security LeiiRue, Inc., Ill Pine- Street, New Yolk City. Telegraph or Write Your Congressman ! 1 I 1 ! 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I I ! Ii 1 i 1 1 1 1 I 1