S1R,-1 notice an announcement that, in some parts of Yorkshire, the local police are not allowed to treat tramps as con victs, or rather, as evil-doers. This, of course, is as it ought to be; but 1 wonder if you know that there is very grave and grounded supposition that Moscow agents are going round all the workhouses, and, so to speak, preparing the ground for a tramp army when the moment of revolution comes?
Tramps would really make a very fine army, because these men are inured to hardship, and what is more, know the country well, and know their way in and out of all sorts of places. You may care to make use of this information, but without my name. I think you will agree that the police have consequently every reason for prying into what otherwise might seem private affairs.