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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916.
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New V .-k President unci Tiese urer. William t' llel k tr.n Nassau treet. Vlee-Presldent. LiwoM 1'. Mitchell, IS" Nassau street S'e.-rH.iry. t". K, Luxton. l.VI NlMllI ftreel London nHce. sO-l.t Tleet etreet. Pari! nfllre. 'I Hue ile u Ml. hedlere, oft Hue rtu Quatre sp,ent.r. Washington -.nice llit.i.e Hutlding. Brooklyn nrtlre. H"l I.iniKt"ii etreet. our tnimh trhn fant u ullh mini mrrtpti nni iimfrjlmss 'nr puo'leaiem irisA In havr rrl'ctril nf" e rttt.rn.i Is nil erutt trml Ktjmi.it '.r tint ;,urp...,r Now anil November. The Scn's efforts to make elenr to all Americans the distinction between patriotic loynlty and political nlloal ance receive powerful ii-.lMiii!re from Mr. Huoiiks. Ho states the ease this way In his admirable letter to the Progressive National Committee wel coming thnt party's cooperation In the common rnue: "Unqur-Mlonlne. loyal nd patriotic tiprtort of the oovprnment tf oiip thine; approval of thei fattious rntirs which the Admlnltratlon has followd l rpilto another." The difference heiween the call of duty now and the call of duty In No vember could not he epreed more forcibly In so few words. It 1 Important for the nation's Itood that this difference -houhl ho understood by ovcr.vhody from the very beginning of the campaign. It Is nil the more Important because the original" purpose to urge Mr. Wit bon for reelection on the ground thnt "he has kept the country out of war" has probably been stultified by unex pected events. Instead of keeping the rountry out of war he hn hroughrHho country to the edge of war; and that unnecessarily, nnd fatuously, as Mr. HuniiEs puts It. Under uch clreunMnnro those promoter ot Mr. U'n min s political fortunes who were reckoning largely. If not chiefly, on the keynote pro nounced nt St. Louis by ( inventor GtTNN nnd Senator .Ujir.s will be compelled to depend upon another line of promotion. At least one leading newspaper sup porting Mr. Wii.son has already indi cated tho nlterniithe by a miscalcu lated attempt to put the brand of "so. dltlon" upon utterances that criticise the President's past Mexican policy or exhibit III- responsddllty for the present situation. If thnt view of "sedition" Is sound nil the new simpers supporting Mr. Hughes n the man to get the country out of the moss in which Mr. Wilson nnd his policies have Involved It : Mr, I Hl'OHKS himself, by the deliverance quoted above; two ex-Pl'Pldents nf i the United States, one of them Colonel Hooskvixt, who N tn confer to-night with Mr, Hlt.iieh on the ways and means for the defeat nf Mr. Wilson nt the polls nn election day not to speak nf n considerable majority of the citizens of the repub He will be In n "seditious" attitude toward tho Government from now until Novemher. Is It a fact thnt Wonnnow Wii.son'r fatuous course during the pnt three years nnd a hnlf, having brought the nation to nn unnecessary war, iloslg. nates him n! the proper person to carry on the Government for four years more nnd precludes nny change In Administration nn the principle of the two horses nnd the stream? What topsy-turvy logic! Mexico ai a Campaigning Country. A render of Tiir. Srv nsk what the most favorable season for cam paigning In Mexico i. It Is not easy to answer such n general question, because Mexico extends through sev enteen degrees of latitude, and the rllmatP, nccnrdlng to locality nnd al titude. Is tropical, sub-tropical, or temperate. If there should ho n war with Mex ico our troops soonpr or IntPr would have to operate, It may bp assumed, In every part of the country, Includ ing the two coastal zones down to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, and even In Chiapas, Campeche and Yucatan, most of which region comes under the hpad of tlerras callentes nr hot lands, Here, the heat In what we call our summer season Is Intense, nnd the rnlnfall. except In Yucatan, 1h heavy. Sultry conditions prevail In the wet ser.son, nnd nt Vera Cruz on the Gulf of Mexico, ami at (iuay mas and Acipubit on the Pacific const, the shade temperature some times rl-o tn ieg rees. While tho rllimitf. s r.iied debilitating mid unhealthy for Northerners, It will be remembered that IVnston's brigade In rump ni Vera Cruz never hud n long Mel, ii- and rnmo through the ordeal Ip r i lent d. milium. Sunt tatlon has In ..-nine an exact science In the h iixK of American army sur- gwns, even in 'ropieal countries The best t -mnn for cumpe.lgnlns In the 28. tlcrrns cnllcntes, any nt Vera Crtir. nnri Tnmplen, Is, of course, In the period cnrrospoiullnr; to our winter. At any other times thno seaports' nrc not to hp rprotniiiPtiiliMl to people of tlip north. Aliovp latitude which passes through thp Stales of ComIiiiIIii, Chi- hiiiihuii, Soiioin nnd tho lorrltovy oflthi ph-k of the nnlmnN oflVrpd. ThN. Lower t'nllfoniln. tho four spnMins J however, dop not rxlmuil tho supply " nhoiil n well inni liPd n In the I fulled Stntp.. hut ll ntuM hp rim- sldeicd thnt nllltiule N n prominent , fnelor III rlltniilli' riiiulllloiw nil over .fevlen hneU from the eonMs. Ce-ir-1 Iiur this In mind, the rountry north of latitude '.'s; nmy be described as temperate. High up In the moun tains of Chihuahua and Sonora the heat l seldom e.resse, and the nights even In summer ate rool. If not cold. It Is dllTei'eut In the desert of the three northern States. There the heat In duly nnd August, after the llrt freshness of the early morn ing has passed, Is almost Insupport able: yet a blanket may be needed nt night, for nfter sunset the tem perature often declines rapidly. South of latitude CS Is the tlnrrn templndn, or sub-tropical r.one, com prising parts nf Conhiilla, Chihuahua, Nnevo !,oon. San l.uls I'otosl half of Tamaiillpas, western Vera Cruz (the Stnte), nnd districts In Oaxara, Chi apas, Guerrero. .Inllsco, Slnnloa and Soiiorn. In the highlands, the alti tude of which here and there rises to nearly 0,000 feet, the night tem peratures are refrpshlng; thp days arp hot, but not unbearably so If ex cesses are nvolded. Extending south from Iiurnngo to the city of Mexico, the great tnble land, the tlerrn frln (altitudes from .ViOO to S.'JOO feet). Is salubrious at all times nf the year, and the climate Is especially delightful In our sum mer months, although changes of teinppraturp nrp somptlmcs abrupt and nt night thp lungs hne to be guarded. Kven the rains on the ta blelnnd and south of latitude US there Is n rnlny season from Mny to October have seldom anything of the deluge character. They may In frequent, hut they nre generally light. Klsewhere than on the tableland the best campaigning season Is the dry. October to May: but. to sum up. it may be said that except In the tier ras callentes outdoors Mexico should hne no climatic terrors for Ameri can troops operating under rules of sanitation laid down by a competent Medical Corps. The (tne Man Administration. Mr. Ilfiiiir.s's letter to the Pro-LM-es-ives contains this declaration of Intentions concerning elliclent ndtnlii istratlon : "I nm eacer to call the het ability of the country to our aid. For the coi. rtiict of our Brat departments the r.xeoutlve 1 directly reponlhI-, nnd there Is tin ex.-li" whatever for the loleratloa of Incompetence In order tn f.-.tlsfy partlsn ohllRatlons." I ll unreasonable tn Infer thnt no .losephu-es will be tolerated In the IliiL'hes Cabinet? Contrast Mr. Ilronr.s's view of Executive responsibility In the mat ter of the appointment lf Cabinet "'" Wllmlnn tlnv.ry of Presidential -ef.ufeleney n cnip illdly expounded In thl month's onin hy the faithful nnd grateful Mr. Marshall of Indiana: "Immediately following his selection by his party Wnnnrtow Wilson became .ts sole leader through a unanimity of belief on the part of Democrats every where a unanimity that surprised even Democrats themselves. This leadership has been reenforced tn numerous ways and at numerous times when develop ments In critical Instances hv proved htm to be right When other great men feared h might be wrong. Hi leader ship hnn been so pronounced nt to moke the ocWevemenfs of th Democratic Ad ministration hU oicn aeMeremenft," The Itnllcs In this remnrkahle pas sage nre the Vice-President's own. The Supply of War Ilnrset. The last Federal census estlmnted the number of horses nnd mules In the United States nt more than JS.fMWXHi, When It is remembered that the Entente Allies sppnt nearly SI 00,000,1 M hi In one yenr In this country for mounts fnr cavalry nnd nnlmnls to draw their supply trnlns and nrtlllery there mny he ground for the fear of n scarcity of horses to equip our own armies. Thn motor has done much to dis pense with tho horse's nld in bring ing up supplies nnd the nlrhlps to displace mounted scouting parties, yet there Is need for cnvalry, nnd the hore still hns n place In the light artillery bntterles, To meet this de mand Is one nf the problems of the Government. It cannot be met In the snme way It wns tn the civil war, when horses were plentiful nnfl when the volunteer cavalryman rode his own steed taken from the plough, thn family cnrrlnge or tho racing stnhle, In spite of the loss on the hnttletlelds, In ihe .Southern swnmps nnd from the effects of n climate to which Northern nnlmnls were not Inured, the United Suites nt the end nf the war wns one nf the greatest horse owners nmnng the nations. The decrease In Ihe recent produc tion of horses wns brought about hy the Increasing use nf tho motor car. Thn scarcity was augmented by for eign buying for use llrst In the liner war nnd then In the present war. To counteract this, legislation wns roc omtnended lust year tn restrict the exportation, and In April h hill was Introduced by Senator Pittman of Nevada nnd neptesentntlve Rrn.t.T nf New Jersey having for Ita purpose the Improvement of the stock of me- rlltim nnri light wplpht hors.es for mill tnry nnri othpr purpose. Some of thp prpntpst markets for forelKti huyprx hnvp hpn In north- j wpslprn Missouri nnd In WnMihiKton iiml Orpjron. I'prhnpi us ninny im ,'0(1,000 hnrsp hnvp Iippii split to F.n roppnn hnttlcllelds, TIipp rpprcM-nt of Iioips In this country. Artillery horses run ypf hp sppured without arp;it dimculty. nnd dpiilprs In hlsi,, ,,ot machine that failed to work eenlres of the trade sny trood envnlry . niter he had fed llvo coins Into Its mounts, thnush senrre. run stilt he ' nipiicloii maw Rot his money's worth 'ohtnlned. Iteslrlctlon of exportation mny, however, yet be u necessary measure to Insure our needs. The Present Whereabouts nf the Short and t'aly Word. A spirhed nnd, we hope, greatly exaggerated account of an episode at the mortuary meeting of the Pro gressive National Committee appears In a Chicago despatch to the New York H'oiM. Mr. llAtMimncr. Couiy of New York had nominated Mr. 1 Victim Mt'imorK of Kansas for l'res blent nf the United Suites, to till the ! vacancy on the Progressive ticket (culised by Colonel Hoosfaki.t'h patri otic declination. Considerable ap plause followed. Then this N what occurred, according to the H'mM's eiieresrwiniliMit : "Hatmo.no HoniNs of Chicago wan discovered oo his feet, excitedly calling for roimiiion ,. . , In ' I would like) to Ask Mr. Coi.rt,",, he aalrt, whether .he. has any assurance that Mr, Mi'bdock will accept the noml- j niltlon Voi'nT retorted that he hart not. but thnt on th other hand he hnd no us suranee that he would not. " 'Well,' said the Chlcauean. "the lae t talk I had with Mr. Mi-rpock he said ho would under no elrctimtitices acenpt th nomination. Now, I want to aek Mr foLtiT If he ha not a.ready agreed to .support Wilson-. "'No, I have not," roared Colut, 'and Mr ItoniNs knows I have not." " 'I believe you have, nevertheless, said HobINR. ! "Then )ou He, If you say that 1 hae. was CoLRT'e retort "'I still p-ay so.'" ihot back Knniss. "Then you are a liar!' Coi.st eh.iuted. "Th meeting was In an uproar by this time. Pin Bill Klinn of Pennsyl vania took the floor with a rush. " "I demand order,1 he shouted. 'I believe Mr. Coliit shou'.d he ejecleditn May. 1 sf.fi He Is now in Oregon ..,, m it. wouldn't rail me ai'nd In want, and his granddaughter liar and get away with It. I move to exclude him from the hall.' 'I think both of them should be excluded,' put In HENnr F. Cochems of Wisconsin. 'On waa bad as the other. " From tho point of view of parlia mentary decorum we nre bound to say that the neutral and tmpnrtlul attitude of Mr. Coriirxis Is far more admirable than the deflnnt -partisanship of Hlg Pill Flins. We hope, however, thnt both Mr. n.MNimiiHiK Cni.nv nnd Mr. Kaymonp Uobins worn misunderstood by tho reporters pres. ent at the meeting. It will be obvious tn the meanest understanding that If unfortunately the foregoing ls"nn nccurnte record nf the proceedings, Mr. Cni.nv and Mr. ItoittNS could not both hnve been Intrenched In truth; nnd thnt Ana mas stands battling nt Armngeildon, wheirce nenrly all but him have lied. Trains and the Man. The commuter's greatest day of the year Is nt hand. All through the de pression of autumn, the pnng of win- 4er nnd the Irritant of spring ho has looked fonvnrd to tho balm of the summer time tnble. Hummer mny not come, hut the advent of the sum mer time tnble Is certain and consti tutes the most consoling moment of the commuter's ordered cycle. Ono fine morning nt the close of June he Is not to be seen hustling down the street to cntch tho 7:27. Instead he sleeps a golden half hour later and saunters complacently down to hoard the 7:52. The 7:2" makes nine stops on the wny to the city; the 7r.'i2 (a hummer) halts twice. Although leaving twenty-live minutes Inter, It gets In only five minutes be hind the first train. You're In the nftlce nt prnctlcnlly the snme time. Shows what they enn do when they really try, eh? Yes, nnd that's not all. At night there's nn express out thnt makes hut one stop I Tho only trouble Is thnt It lenves rather enrly 1:44 or some thing like thnt. They had n greut driver In tho enh nf thnt trnln Inst summer; It did you good to-see how- he went through way places without slowing down n hit, nlmnst ns If he had n grudge against them. It Is not to be wondered at If he had. Prob ably he had had tn stop nt them nil every trip In months gone hy. The commuter knows how resentful he must have felt toward them. Who founded some of those wayside towns, anyway? Well, If the 4:44 Is too early to he caught most days, there Is n piece of good fortune for the To ami Fro Mnn In the fuct Hint the .rc,.ri.'l Is become nn express, nnd will get him home twenty minutes earlier than hitherto. Tw en ty minutes gained nt night nnd twenty-live In the morning; that's three quarters of nn hour. Why, every commuter knows that the grentest device eontrlvnhle for daylight saving nlready exists In the Institution known ns the summer time table. Vlvlsslmus (e ralutn Mnttn rfiKpMjri in Ihr oHre nf the Chief Quartermaster of Ihe Department nf the Kntt The sentiment Is unmistakable) nnd admlrablA. The Latin ta th uperl,- tlve of preparedness. Sbxtui Pom ikivh Fkstus, frommarlnn, o. A. D. ISO, rd. Karl Ottmukd Mukllkr, cites '(ItiluulrtiMa" 'tvlltiniil tnmtilr., Tho clllrf Qnrtermiu.tor ns rcallr.pd a Htato of llvenoas which the people of CAM'fl Jl'MUR t'.t:RAn rrcoi?nlzed In their unimmnr but not In their pte served literary uttornnces. Knllrond men are) RoMler now. The Rentlcirtan In Alton, III., who paid n live dollar Mnn for smaslilntc .11 advance, ll was not tne pennies hut "the principle of the thins" that moved him to violent action. Tho committee) tried nualn tn jtrt papors desired from the riles of the (S.iMinr ndmlnlMtiWlon. .(licit ncir fir TViotiifiarm (iirjiililHon. The up-Htato Senator In no re specter of tenses. Post nnd ptnscnt may he the same to him, hut his friends might commend to him n cer tain reasonable regard for the future. A Missouri professor of chemistry promises to out-Hurbank Hiimiank, H...Ih.. t.n n lt,,n tell, 1,., turning potatoes Into fruit by con verting their starch Into sugar while the tubers grow, and, with other won tiers, producing "grapefruit without bitterness," JosKntus and the Com moner would appreciate a wizardry that could tako thn bitterness out of grape Juice. Itlpon, Wis., has a population of about o.nOO. Nine per cent, ISO, of Us cltizenB have Joined with Its Com ition Council and Its Conimerelui Club loipiestlng, through Senator Paul .i,. , . n. ...... ll. p,,,-,.,, 1 1 ill i .iiKiv.-.r ll,,i i 111, ftnn recently appropriated for n budding at Itlpon to military uac, "ptefenibly In the aviation service." Tl.'" r!,U'n oi iwk Into iwtrli.t- ; ifui iiivoi,' niiiue iiiteiies oj jiariia- metttary procedure, but when It comes to America First the names of tbee loyal Rtdcers lead all the rest. Jons HnowN's son asks aM .Ven -jm cr lirmllio'. Svlmon- Haow.v, the last surviving son of the border warrior. Is SO years old. and In nerd My his two mar rinses .Ioh.v ItaowN- hud twenty chil dren We rernll StkIpmaN's lines: "Jons Ilr.nws in Kim erttleit, like a :t-nl'net Yankee farmer, Urate are! oll. lth four eons, 1' etlart men of might An. I 'I'd Itumv Owatomie Ilauns. Sa his s ns fa.l .lea.l t-s' !e h.tn nni between them laid hl:n down' Salmon Hcown, who might other wise have been with his father and brothers at Harper's Ferry, Is said to have been kept away by the after effects of wound In the shoulder leieived In the battle of Hl.ick Jack appeals to the people of Kansas ,n h. behalf Io Kansms recall WiitTTtKn's line. "And they who blamed the h'nndy hand forgave the lovlnc l.eail"? C.ooil teeth and eyes are precious possessions , WHY WARWITH MEXICO? A Plea That Arbitration Would He the Host Service to llnnianltj. To the KniToa or The Stw Sir If Hit re was ever a . ase for arl :iat'. i, it h' arisen between ouis. tve ,rul Mex i i That we have r.uise for war i. P i lib. table. This Is Just what calN for hiii.iratio,,. unlet the whole idea of tbitrallon Is a fallacy. The Slates of South Ameilra are as a ixl'jus as we are that M, xlct. shall live 'I Slfl't.V. quietude and I lldtpelld' nee Among the Furopean nations antago nism and Interest make the arbitration of many, Indeed nearlv all Furopean quairels nlmos; tmpoMhle There Is i;. tribunal that can be trusted nut similar antagonisms do not exls In this hemisphere a tribunal of the Ueitern world that totild settle this M -tean Imbroglio would be a jir--rdent of hope for all humm,., The-, vvh . is there no talk nf arbitration Whv is thl war fever an used .igaiM.i M. v . . I can find no explanation for it ex ept that the Administration thinks -hat a wnr with Mexico 's good politics Are we tn send our sons to die In Mex.lt. because Wilson thinks tt will help to elect him'' In dying for one's country t makes a great difference what Is the Hite nf war Through Indecision and procrastina tion tn the past nn our part Mexico's sins against us havs been fanned Into fanaticism, nut this Is nn excuse for shutting the door on renson. Tf there were any way nf Joining nn nrmy thnt should enforce arbitration between our Mdves nnd Mexico, I would willingly Jrln it Thorn Is another consideration, the greatest If wo nre not able to arbitrate this little quarrel with a weak nelghboi. our power to help the c.uito of arbitra tion In the world Is lost We nre. It ap pears, merely talkers and hypocrites John Jav Cmacm xn. New Tobk, June '.'7 Are Crniluates of Reformatories to He Treated as Kx.Cnnvlrls',1 To the KniTOR or The Son Sir- It luus been reported that the Appellate CotiTt of Hrnokl)!, has decided thai a certain lad who had been an Inmate of a truant school was nn ex-convk't and nuiHt be considered such until be was restored to citizenship. This seems unjust to tboe who In their youth have been delinquent, but bv their subsequent conduct have "made good." It this derision Is final, what Incen tive Is there for those who hnve hren Inmates nf refnrmatnrles nnd prisons to ntlompt to lead better lives? I under stand that the Attorne.v J'.enera: has decided that reformatories am not pris ons and that no stigma Is attached to thos,, who have been Inmates nnd b their subsequent conduct hnve become law abiding nnd have nn honorable rec. ord An i.et I hnve not been nble to pet a copy of the decision, so do not know upon what grounds It Is based. I trust thn case will be appealed It Is linrd lo believe that In law or equity such a decision should lie al lowed to stand. Stutvfsant F. Mnnms. Qpootir, June 27. Send Them Away With Tour Smllea, Send them a with your imlles, .S'nt with end tetra at the parting. Ttielra the nenrlioma mllei. Heartaches and mnrtlnK fllve them the hard that la n-arm, HnM them h moment tiegulllnf. Theirs the mein'rles that charm (innt-hjes and amlllng Smother ah, etnMher 'wir eons, S'lll Hie heart's treniulnue aching. Theirs the pul" heal that throhe, ni'e.lln and breaking f ft w.U rtv rhr in th brtyt, Whn tli lour, nfurWnmt mllM Co m a hMwn thm ant llf'i Joy Gnn1b) .vji1 smtlAi Rostra fivTMooi Ruin. NOW AND NOVEMBER. (Ironing Perception of the Difference Iletnecn the Nation's Flag nnri a Party's Candidate for Iteeleetlon. To the Editor or Tiir Hun Sir: "Jim's" letter In to-day's Run sure, does hit tho htlllseye plumb In the centre. It Is n corking good statement of the situation regarding th "mess In Mexico." This "mess" has been foisted upon this country by the great exem plnr of House. New Freedom" In the White 1 the psychologist who. while . I with blslniy nil his life, has saturated during his puerllo period of "watchful walling openly sheeted at prepaieil iiess, having hi the meantime of coursu fully Informed himself concerning Mexi can affairs by listening to munerotiH liars. He has been "too proud to lldht" until ho rocelved a renomlnatlon hut not too ptoinl to Insist vijti his paity's repudiation of Its solemn pbslges to the, people of this country, namely, Panama Canal tolls, one term plank. Ate. He has been ready to sign and has alt early approved nnd signed more vicious legislation than any President this country has ever had, such ns th urgent deficiency bill, the Ii Follntte seamen's bill, Ac. He possesses, accord ing lo his own, statement, which eelf I'haructerlzatlon Is heartily Indorsed hy hundreds of thousands of thinking men, a "one track mind," and a narrow gnugo one nt that Ills policy Is exemplined by his abrogating tho wls provision of I'lesl dent Taft upon the exportation of arms lo Mexico and his alternating, shiflln, vacillating, wabbling policy, or rather lack of policy. In first permitting VIII i and then Carranz.i to receive muultlon.i i of war, new helng used against our men sent Into Mexico hv this all wise'"'" "i V" 'i"J'e oj m - commander in chief of the United1 States army and navy who Is seeking a second term. ' It s only a psychological condition 1 down there nnyhow, but It's mighty Killing to thousands of us, whose pa nlotism nnd loyalty lo this country cannot he successfully questioned, t support ungrudgingly the Covernment, loth morally and physically, whose ad ministration Is personified by such a pollllcd expedient as Woodrow Wilson, s.istnined by n Cabinet whose weakness in I puer Illy would be highly nmnlng did not the present condition make it ext-etneij pathetic. We shall support the President, how evn and heaven knows he needs a lot if it. but may the fates deliver this .ountiy In November next from such a calamlt.v as four .venrs more of him m the White House, Gr.onaB P. Alpricii. Newark, N. J., June 27. lliiosevrlt's (ireat Men Ices to Naval Preparedness In 1NHH, To the Kditoh or the sun .sir: Mr. laft sas thnt we won the Spanish war i use It was with the only nation less P. pared than we. Perhaps 'twould bo much to expert from our pi i I.I itoublo of recalling It, the admission that wo xvon the Spanish war because of Theodore linosuvelt No I'm neither Joking nor serious about San Juan The navy won the Spanish war, and vvon It because prepari-d, and thi ..ivy was prepared because of Mr. lto.)sexelt's ear as Assistant Secrrtary of the Navy. Tilt: Si-.v that during the recent cam paign has been so recognizant of Mr. lioosevelt h unselilsh patriotism should he the one to recall how his Insistence on naval preparedness for nn inevitable ni.illct disturbed the equanimity of our cemnl Massachusetts John I'. Long, now bis uctlvltj for appropriations for powder and ammunition, for target pl.itlltc, fur Ile-II nlld llintt'1 'dir., foi preparedness In general, arous-e.l Iho ondescendlng contempt of the picl- lUt nf thnt ilnv Hut when war came the navy wail, r....U tn nvernheltn Its nnet r,n,l ,,r thai readiness Mr. Uoosexelt was magna i jurn, His admirers are reconciled to the ' fact that this wonderful man has to d:; i to get tre recognition thnt his worth1 merits, alnnvs the fnte of the (lulllver H at lefuses'lo he hound bv tb.t !.,!lm,i. Han threads nf nrthn.lnvv. Hut let l ot forget altogether. AoawaM. Si tu.Ncnr.LD, Mass, June The Ileunlon of Ilepnhllrant, To the i:piTon or The Si'n .ir lle puhlK ms generally appear well pliasej with the work nt the Itepubltcan na llinal isjuvent'.on Hughes and Fair banks, hacked by a united Itepubli. an party, are likely to be elected. Mr Wil son Is a minority President hy between one and two million votes, and wt i the Hcpubllcin party rractlc.tlly unlti.l r c f nrl.v .rrlaln to cany every Noithern State. The Iietnnrraiir uttrr lnellUlencv In ei nment Mex. tr l.ieresls have ! and economic con,' w.ir, never were party has shown inducting the n .v and other fnieicn - dly attended to, s outside of tho " i Internal In- lisl-es In the fluted St it. aS n f- f. ted by the Democratic tariff, are In miis condition. i' o-ierlty, so called, hns been wholly a result of the war In Kurope. Amerl an money was never Idle to such an extent a nt present, a result of the absurd Uemocratle Industrial policy of Attacking business and changing tho tariff laws. New York Is the pivot Stnte usually In the national election Scarcely a P esldent lias been elected without the New- York fnrty-'l e votes In the electoral college xi llughe. so ar ib nt Itenubllrans 'ileie. will carry ii, ,-, K , niajnruy, as evi - deuced by tint Ibpiibllcans carrying tun i.nvernnrshlp and Legislature In that Slaie by a heavy vote at the a"t i lection. Governor Whitman was elected bv n majority of Uft.oflO Snme people believe that Mr Hughes will rrrv New York h) a quarter of a mill ion nt(s With practical unanimity fn- Mr. Hughes there should not he mu. h qurs 'l -,i tegardlng the result nt the Novem ber election. I have the p.itisf.n Hon of h ivmg voted for Mr. Hushes as a can didate for President tn ths primaries eight ears ngo, when Mr Itoosuvelt worked hard and successfully for tho plojment 1 eliminated, nomination of Mr. Taft. At that time,' If much of our money now leaves th" h id the latter gone on the Siipieme I country there will be an Increase In the bench, as be desired, nnd Mr Hughes I value of the money remaining, it "ill .leen nominated for President, th" hls-jhe Impossible, to continue the pncnt u rv of the fnlted States would tm- wage scale, unemployment will he rim ilouhtedly have been far more brilliant ! pari, for we shnll be tlt.auclng our cm than actually resulted. Ilepuhllcans nnd nil others opposed Mr Wilson should forget their differ. ences nnd strongly unite for Hughes and r.ilrbanks Peai-on Hill HostoN, June 27 What Lincoln Did Xot Say. To the Kpitor or Thk Bun Sir,- t have rend with complete approval ynqr eniiormi nrncie on the "Horses and the " e oiei in" Stream," and am moved to suggest that J.tnenln never said anything ngalnst swapping a mum or a donkey for a horse j, r;, Washinotov, r C, June !T Ileferrpd to tho Original Thinker. To the Editor or The Hun .sir; I And this on the editorial nna-e of n nhlladolphla weeldv of large circulation for which I paid a nerfecilv em..i I paid a perfectly good nickel: e,.,,., .,,.,. . . . ranune, pen nance ana war hav been .in .i,n.,i.,n. - enminaieq na mat twn vxar rem una; but rivthra- tlon rlll conquer lhat too. IIS general stupidity and futility are more and mnr 1 inoraiond th Pa r 1 1 1 na which caiiaea It has been dtaenvered In a fale, Invl.tloue, trnculenl patrlollam. Now, does this mean anvthlng and tf o, whatT M. R. W. New York, June IT. THE WRONGS WROUGHT BY "JUSTICE." Kepurntlnn for Innocent Sufferers by l.egat Procedure. To THK BniTon or Tltn St.s- .s'lr; Pre sumably Tun SUN has opened the door for siiircrstlons by imlillshlnn t A. N (trover's letter Inuulllng "U h it vveigiain of Hie I'nlleil Syrian Society of want to know about to-rl.iv " II appears ; New York In rotilv. aking for further that no nas invcsio;av,'ii viori mm discovered much, only lo train that his Inventions, Importnni nnd vnluahle as they were, had all been previously made hy others. If I ri-memlwr nrlsht Solomon Htiggesled the pi.Mllc.im. i.t Mr. '.rotr has discovered. There Is noth-, Ing new under the sun. Nevertheless there Is a problem In Jurisprudence the solution of which, If It shall ever lie found, will be of In- ralculahlo Importance, but wh'b ban thus far defied solution. Some of the ablest law.vers I have ever known tell tne they despair nf Its ever being found though 'it has been sought long and earnestly The problem Itself Is easily stated In administering Justice it Is of dallv . slR.iI a drr rre allow lug the people to Inirv occurrence that persons suspected of n,elr dead without n legal prmlt Hut crime are artested and lodued In Jail, when he was appealed lo he ald. 'And pending Investigation. Afterward It up- hm, mtv woman eaten her own child et pears thnt they are entirely Innocent, ,,, Mount Lebanon' No? Then there Is having no connection whntover with , hunger and no famine In the land " the crime In question. Thereupon they' what little flour leaches Mount l.eba are dlschaiged from custody nnd the ,) , 0, fnf pistsltox a roll (about case so far as they are concerned Is ; ,.rnm a pound), while In Ilelrut it Is cons.dered closed. Hut Is If sold for fi piastres And this flour Is but I have, In mind one case vvhleh exem-.n ground mixture nf oats nnd fodder snd pllfles passing well the Injuries that kivmIusL befall the Innocent by reason of this! Anv nnP n0rut or In Damascus procedure. It dlfTers from thousands of ,,,, , fol,nd earning bread to Mount others that occur constantly In that It .Ptnon arrested nnd punished, was more glaringly lnbu!tous than . ,1ten vv'tb the lush mnny others. The principle Involved l , Armenian girls are sold In the streets the snme. r pruj fnr 10 or In plnstres each. A man sat In the next room tn the'.-i,i , Mni,ni.,m.iM, nniv fnr li n.io. . . aa "'"" '.'l 1'? J 5e .. ,78, . ' ... ...... .... .... "lwr'':''"."? w"" ""-I"' ' Afler some months of Inrarreratlon, no evldf me having been found to Jus-t,mltra, ofTenees wns Joseph llanv. tlfy even the suspicion, he was i dls-whn. mme wa, mlrrrlbed to a petition barged The raso was considered , f(n(1 , 1P lirrrl (,.,,,, nf th .'reneh Con cloeed, but was It , I sulnte In Ilelrut, asking of France, thnt liefer- bis arrest he was healthy and , MrM t,e Included In the autonomous fairly p.nsperou-, with a g'.od Iclna and , of Mnunt ih.mon. a happy family. He came out of the. W) ,,av npPenj,(1 t0 ,he French srent r.mbs bankrupt nnd broken In health. nn(l thff Knglsh Vlcerov In Kcypt. who lis family was scattered and his home , t,ro,nlnCrt , communicate with their r.ov broken up. Practically be was a ru tied ,,,,,,, ,0 ,he end thnt the Oovern- ?''" Thr''T h"? n? V" K'VP,"lment of the Foiled Slates or Its agents him the vindication of n trial at which , ,ln,ertnk, the distribution of food among ho would certainly have been acquitted Hlrl(,K,.n .., So ' needless expense was "Voided Th(I , , Tfn,.Mng . frnm Mount Ills arrest was undoubtedly J Ifled. ,.,.,, rn,rm. the past reports I Suspects must be detailed. H.,t If the- ,110te frnn, , Htest communication. Slate, nee, ng his propertv. 'ad tak.n .llch ,H prplumaWj. from ,nrl Patriarch It for puhllo use he would have bee,, f , MlirnIlu. ..FPril1 ,,,, no, '"""'T' " 'u".,"'r "' ." T' ''V subjected him to the greatest suffering. and practically rulti'd his i.ireer, it ; ni.iK.re no preirmen; repinmoil """ I'"""'"' """ll i,.aim. recurs In rases more or les serious, ac cording to circumstances, but all serious as Involving rights of Individuals The dllllcultles In the way .f a solu tion seem to a layman to be mostly If Hie n.vv,ia In ..vnlnln ham I 1. u .. Ils'ened tn their explanations without bring convinced, ns they seem lo be, that it l Impracticable for the Slate to make reparation. If Mr. drover will turn his attention to this matter he may fin what he savs he Is looking for when he aks "What subject. If developed, or what field of investigation, would be of the most use to man?" Surely there must he some solution. Iuvin A Cl'RTtS. Nltw York, June 27 PUBLIC GRATITUDE TO COLONEL ROOSEVELT. Tribute by One Who -Never llnuhted Hl Sincerity and Patriotism. To the Kmwn or The SfN-.sir: Pray 't me add a third letter to the two W1,:,h '"' e ippearc ! voir paper n"" which I hnve already sent to Theo- lor' Hoosevelt, one on April 7 and one on Jun' 7- ' Hm positive that I express In this I letter n.so, ns I did In the ot.her two, the sentiments of SO per rent of all ' true Americans ViEOI'.Ot; L. Cl'rJHL'B New Vouk, June 27 Sir: No man who ever llvej t-efnre con verted in twent -four hours one million enemies Into on ml. lion frlenJn No man who ever ilvej before hai the record ou now poiaeet. All douhti and rlouvls have cleared away, and yon stand in the un- light revealed, u great and nuh.e fl ire, Hint win mo down In American h'tiorv as nii h ' Hy conquering youre-lf you hev con - u-red our enemies I fee' happj see lat you have abeolutely followed out the la. thnt Hies set forth In my lettera of Aprl' 7 and June 7 whbla wi re inspire t hy earnest, tru-, p-'trintle Americanism, which ml. 'tons of other Am-rlrani poeseit so largely and set forth no rarely. All Americans, all real man. are proud of jou ant believe you l!l round out your i ... K.. a irt..!Aia mnA . .. , , v. & f...ih., gratitude of every true American Ocoa.ia U L'rsnra. Nriv Tn, June !7. Ile Proposes an Embargo on Money. To tub EDlTon or TnE Sl'N Sir: n came It was good for us to Import bill ions of dollars of European capital In tho last half century, must It therefore be grind for us to export billions of capital from now on? .No cloilht about the export of our cnnlta: bring good tor our llnaiic'ers I Lligianil mis eecn expunum i.. . 1 mnn ears, ana iier people enoxv no- effects, while her cnpltnllsts own much , of the world AI Hie capital in tne m.iru .- i. ' ' ' . """""' "' , some other fields weie not more favor-1 able fapltnl must work or It w 11 die.' ..., I, .. ,1 nM .o,,,,,,..,. e.mi.en!. Hon li an get, but tt w"ll not accept If It nrouneets of per pre.iiee letii,,, Capital seeks the greatest return, but, It Is if greatest benetlt when It Is abu'idant and has but small earning power I '11 c nn emhnrcn nn canltal. permanently, and one cause of iiikiii- pernors, not nur customers . our ipl- toltillsts will protect their Investments to1 thn extent nf forcing uh to be n free nmiket for their foreign protCgfs M I' Consebt Pnovinn-Ji-E, R. i June 27 A Hermit for Ited Cross Wnrk. q-o tub i-n,T, or Tor ses- .-.s,e i' .t. . . , ,.. . .. ... e ... ...v., iln-ie no, c-oiii" , li'. ...oie-i, in." have not bad hospital tialnlng to Jitn inr neii , i iira t eeoyi.i ii"o ..i.ir.in i,,r- 1 Ing the two years course In a h .nidt.il ' the Ued Cross Assoclatlnn wlih nit ink May I suggest that the bnsp.t.ils In this country offer a train!, g to a II, ti ed number of women fining them for the work- So mnny In America and the Kuropean countries have taken short courses of training and served In the war and knows we all hope nnd pray Hint If wo have trouble wilt, Mexico it will not last loi g. Im: ther". ",,lv "l'''1 fl,r mc"'c' n1"""' M blca Is to hive those who wish I to serve study until tin v nie pn pared one section for tho field hospitals and t ., ... , , , . , I , , ,. ..., ,i.v,.l I-' . ' t .1 -.I... nm- mild, Tliet nre ttinnv of iim ' ,.t. nla, ,,, ,,,, m.ll.1.... n.,tlt-e nea would nnd It hard to (It nt home sow- Ing for our hovs I hnv no men lo send phvslcnll.v 111 to Join the army. but I nm urging friends to volunteer when the call comes, Flora Cosktua Alltn. Mwre, Conn., June J7. SYRIA TO-DAY. Tiiietists Have Stripped the Land nf (ireen TIiIiiks, the TnrK (ppres. 'rout .l'initMi.Worrli nf (Ml rllj, Cairo, May 2S -I (aided v oil last vveok of the death of o.imo pi.ple 'n Mount Lebanon, Syila, of sImivhiidii I lie ralile oeiaos, was irieiveii io-un pthi win i- lead at a general meeting of S.v rlans here, which will h Held lit the I'attt aichntes of the tlieek fitbol'c Church. Maionlte tifst "ent flom here tn j lnvestiKale con was taken on i' i ml 1 1 1 1 it-- In Mount t.c'unnn I French tolpcdo boat and landed somewhere on the Svilali roast Ho bad great dull, ally In gelling Into and out of Hie rounlrv His story, as 1 have it from hl own hps, l that the J misery of the people of Mount Lebanon . u hhhI ilf.serihiiini In on., louti nlorie. j .uhkout, only ninety. four people st.ll exist, the rest of the population having perished of stirvatltin And the death late has rlen to such an extent that the ' Mnt isarref ((lov-emorl Muiilf Pasha Is. , ,,r nw, ,)iat n (,rlstlnn one day bought some nf these girls to resrne them: but 1 when the matter was brought to the at- tentlnn of tne liovermnent iney wer taken awiy from him and he was whipped. mnnn , y a rr n H'hfl n-ern Itncert fnr I Rold. For If gold were nf any use to us I,. ... , .,,., ,.... lon' posed of the gold and silverware nf the el.orehes ,o feed the tnrvlnir rienol . -.,, . f .,-,,,... ...Mel, 1, , organised under the auspices of the Sul tan of F.g) pt, with one nf the princes of the roval family for Its chairman, Is go Ing to obtain for us permission of tho Turk.sh Uoverntr.ent to Intiovie.- fol- ' -" From Al-.Xhrnm nf Cairo. The people of Mount I.rUinon. accord ing tn the latest n-pnrte, are suferlng untold miseries nrd privations, thev nre ! actually living of hunger . the country l ' threatened with famine And the recent I of Knver I'asha to Syria, Instead of arf..rding hope ..f instant relief, has added to their distre's and ilet-ia!r. Tor Knver Pasha his rut off all food supplies frnm Mount Lebanon, except a miserable excuse for Hour, a. h'ack mix ture of oats and sawdust, of whbh n person gets but four kilograms every twriity-flve days This Hour Is not onlv not nourishing hut engenders dltiase Tho result ( tl.l penp'.t fe e-lihl eg M hunger. Manv of them re found dead on the roads nnd In the vallevs. where they go seeking nourishment in tho herbs, which they rennet fl"d. fnr th locusts, to add t" tb" iiMlet'-ma o? the country, have hern for the ;. eleven months Its unwelcnme guest and have scarcely left a green thing, j A" mules and horses and cattle have been requisitioned for the army ; and for '.ai k of oven nnd lack of seed It Is Im possible to cultivate th land or to sow new crops. The tenders of the people. Including many Hlshops, havr been exiled, whola families have been driven, either bv hun ger or by the Government, to the In tenor : and the number of ths dead Is so increasing day by day that a p rnlt was issued for the burial outsldi, the cemeteries. ' In mnny villages a third or more nf ! the populitlon have died of stnrv.it.nn ' tt is true that the neonle nf Mount l.e1 i- I non nre not permitted to buy any f the , immediate necessities of life In H, it'll. Vnd whoever Is found smuggling b"je or bread Into the mountains Is stripped bv the soldiers on guard and whipped. Hunting rights too have been suspended, and no one dares carry a shotgun , t'p tn this month, May, about '0.000, I it Is estimated, have died of starvation ' As for the money that wbb sent to th people of Mount Lebanon nnd Syria frnm I V. a I e r1allvg In ireerlen IHn Oovem. . .ni.i.1 naa Ara.Arl (Via AmnrlK.n mlwslne arles who kindly undertook the trans mission of it to deposit all sums received, In the names of their respective recipi ents, In the Imperial Ottoman Hank of pelrut. And then It Issued an order to the bank that mid sums shall be paid In monthly Instalments a year after tho date on which they were deposited And the payments shall be In bills, not In gold, at the rate of exchange of SO plus. tres a pound sterling, which In normal mes Is worth 136 piastres A whole penple. under these eppilllng circumstances. Is doomed tn extinction An(, h(( ,,. .,,,,.,, nrP Mnr.dlng , ., -yar,. of the leading clt'es '.,.,,.... .' . , t ' ai " adding to the horror of tho situation Last month eleven people wore hanged In u n, lirtu , A,ci Moun, Lebanon. seven In lsunascus and ulno In H i f. ., TT7.ar "(tOlnaT tO 116 Soldier." Tn THE LPITOH or THK St'N Me. All .l.-iv loru men In khikl nnd hat with red rnrd. n rt II lo rvtoen nf tho New nrk National Ounrd, hnd been leading green horses north on llroadway to the ramp at Van Cnrtlandt Hark, two men and 'wn rore halters to each horse, n wise ,., eertntton fnt the ntilmnl tillieiteH nn.1 leared when hnnktng autos swept pi-t them Hut this Is not a part of the story, though It seems to belong Thn crnssiown car had fetched Up at Its western terminus. Hroadvvav and 3 s i s,t street. As b unhooked his mn. tmller to shift tn the other end nf the i it- thn motorman, stalwart, hand some rhnp, remarked This Is my Inst trip. I've rep'gned "hy7' I asked: 'and where are you going"" "Going to be a snldtnrt" . Ann nis race ugnted up with a fin smile There's the Amr1caneTlrIt for v-u ( an you neat it 7 T 7. Cow-i es Nr.w York, June ?7 t, . . , . . . . ' alrlotlam ot a ew ThlliR- In I.lt tle Itlpon. Tn THf Hpitor or The Sev- Sir 7h nf R , Wisconsin, whl Flre, to haVo the monev npprn' ,,v congress for a pnt ntllce ther hlch do prnprt.-ited fnr lh ennstmrllon nf nrmv nero. ,.irt-., .,,,i ,.,. ' ... hllll, , r,B. puhllcjin party, the part of the people, patriotism and protection lUpr.rH, Nr-v York, June 27 A Short llul Knthutlnatle Teem. To Till r.Dirni nr Tilt Prs filr: ttnel. Sam t l.st h. h,,,., SI. ,s-l- ... - - o, ahaeklei. ITtnlfmA S.I eUaa, l,l,..ln m . - . as walli New ha a through dth sii'hfu' walling, Through "Ith foilish healtalln. Anl ha'll surely irlve tha r,reara "merr hall," W. r. It , Jr. irreixroviT, Onn., Jung ST. "AD" MEN ASKED TO AID STOCK EXCHANGE Willinni f. V.'in AnlwiM'p Tell, TIhmii of Fitrlit fnr Stllll(liril:. 'TR! "Til" IS Till; I.im.w Pini.Anr.l.t'iTiA. .tun" 27.- "tr . three years Hpproxitn itelv i. hnve been taken ft. m the p! meters of Kct ih it rpi., k h, glad that the New Y-rk .'.. , i v has decldid to coopeiale wp elated Advents. n Clnh . d doors before id. the hoi s. Heibert S. Houston, pi "Ad" men's nrKHiil7.nl !, before the flminctnl a.lv.t ClllV'eislly of I'enllS.V Iv ,il i . made this l.ittinrnt .if'..- '. nn Antvvrrp, a governor . .... York Stork l.xrhaliue, h a . L i discretion between the tiivi.-' anit "Ad" men with the vo w .. lag fraudulert brokers and i - . promoters. President Houston tonk tunlty to thank Mr. Vnn Ai'-v.rp , i n-sure him thnt the ,v.i m. o- -4 ..iintry would glidlv e pei i-nort that Is to b mad,- .,,., investors irom ihe g, t re n , , h hemes. "The newspapers," said M h-m -. 'hive placed a ban on Ih" , r ked ,,n I dishonest stock promoters, but he ,,nt n sorting to the mnlls. He n reiched nnd rllmlnnted niin v Tl- j ,m bo done :f the hanUM- . ij. ilmii!.e houses and "Ad' men ,.t getller." Mr. Vnn iitvrrp'a tldresa, Mr. Van Antwerp said la (,' a ldrna "I observe) on your let'er he I th t il4 rmblim of jour order : wnrj 'Truth" Imis sid on the n.ip of , , world. Thai a o Is ou- e" j ., ive elected a vlgllatice e.irm t . that jour high vtaf.ilaifis e , . lauiisl . vve have elcettd a ion,..''... business rondu t for the san.-- p -We are lighting for a n.nm, -i i namely, biinlnis ethics i.e the -i ,i isovveriul and Interesting to .x :i . -. A; have taken pLu In Ami r'. ar. . . .... , l.f" in this generation "In our determination to ;..e,. ts- r. vertlslng ef mu m..ni,. -j i plane we are InlhletKed bv .. , o'is.drr.itii.i.e The (list . f i , h" N"v York Stork Kx ' i j. f .i-envst market of its kind in -i . i Th- seeurlt.es which pi-,s t' i . hands of Its members repr. t. t , v. -. considerable part of Ame ica - m .'-'. w, altb. "lierause of Its J w ai d 'n- n o ind because ban'i. co'ir-s ,. i '. . t'lres have come to . oi. pn tions ,ik a most sell t1- - in.i. x w,. U'lleve thit adver - ,ig v , n hers sh mid be cnilurti d ip i -e ' liatti'ty rommensuente with '. - r.volved That I nqr tlrst . . tj i - "(ur eeiotd has to .lo w . ' cilllsr rhnrarter nf the l.i.n. vve are engaged. Hoth p, i. Investment contain p.'fail- .in" aga n 't has been . ' ,- u I . reduloii peopie have he. n 1 S. ......In. .Ser..,wl. ,i -i t .l r !".g meHlodS N'T'ie t I",, s fp ' llese In.- e'oVnk a ! ' -' ri . ria'e fr m prop', wlo .in f the Stoe fx. n i-.g. i i i we i an txercis. n , . ',-r-. -Icil we i an s.d .1 . . - i oer tho ndvertiaing of our own n tiers. Tho W'lirtiltig fltten, "We have aceni dlt'giN t, ,t n ' on must not only pi.: "ir '. Ing nn a dignified plane, tn , i no; u anything in the nit u- . ' . phrase or alltulng dex'i ' .i.-l' .ntluinie ihe Judcm. '.t of -ho. . i It is addressed. You mtv as Kei.er.il'.y as you p e it. t . : public w.t'i as in'rli vdu. ' . as you rhnnse ; offer what j-m ' r ta'.o; but do not aitempt ,i- " g -mntely appioarhlng the bu ' t pier ' This Is our eeeoi. 1 ,r ! '"n mi, del atlon I s.i.v for I ' t ' , ' ' , !,' 1 h: ' ' n the London S'ock 1 v. v c su h pre i 1 ognlecl ' .it , nt body mi ret a . ' j sny form whnt.ver. In'.. - I ' 't . i ':. Stcs'n fx. hang" oi' .! v p llijl.fs a dnlly ndve't'"mt leadlrc newspapers Infonul: g th r ' ' tha- members aro net p-:r,"'l 'n advertise. "This Is don In order tk.at pro?' alonal tipster may b Vvn i.s sue", and the public ws-n"d ,i--'-''g'y I may ndt thit th l.o,-: t l"x chnne's practice In th' ; ! is e.i a potent factor !n es' C - e l' " f p! o e in tie public fi'" tr "'t cinnot protect Ir.veH-era l'i speculators against 'li . ' I their unwisdom In buying i.' -i"'0 securttle", but we can 1 v ' j tempt to redu -e tht.r r.-s ' - -' ' 1 "u, " l,1"r'M" ," ' ! a'1 ."' 1 c , e ' ' "M',"'1' ,0 lh7 r ''r', ' 1 customers. In tint . ff " that thn iidver!N ng wo expect, the s ipp. 't nf t.e Aesociatr.i A.,.." - - tim U orld and of t . ... h llnntta unit Ad erll-ln. In opening the r-f.t ,b ' " 1 ' 1 " ' ', ' . of. ""'"'Clal ,idv . r - Jt. of St. J.Olllh, il..ll. ,;,. I s i .,". ' ICrest Which baltlv or. "'i 1 1 1 isius. n n 1 w .11 have n larxe r I t"st hanks n bctt. r .. v ertisuig. as It p rt..i . o ina s rus ..111. t 1 1 lrore U.U.K.S lilt ( g" ,iv i v aluo and jowerof ed. " itecenn o, i-e , tl' f: Hoi St.i' s w .s . (It.aiico i i.i'. n ho- . - atl n e' U". ivo ild h . po.-rl. 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