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Meat Special for Saturday
We wi!l rnct you half wa y on meat prices.
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ROAST VEAL, per º I-IHOiE MADE SAU- 2
Ib. .... .bC .S ' , b ......
SHOULDER 22 A.W6 BAOON, per 30c
M U T T O N lb . - .. Ib ............. . .
LEG 1MUTTON, per I)QC Strictly fesh eggs, 85
lb,... ......... PU . . dozen . Bee
MUTION~HIOPS, Fancy Corned Beef S1
lb. --- - - lbs.
FAMILY STEAKS, ' i;,kled Spare Ribs, 20c
VEAL CHOPS, per Fres ar Ribs,
lb. -----e----------- - Ri s 2b__c
ROUND STEAK, per ......o o Half ....
Ib................ . U M utton, lb. ............
ALL OUR MEATS ARE GOVERPNMIENT INSPECTED
203 SOUTH fIAIN STREET.
Phone 2.14-V. Corner Mercury
SAY Y')L >.\\V i'f IN ll: I L ;L I:ITIN.
F'r.-". pt Servic.e
112 N. Main St.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN TI1LE.TIT.
508 WCEST PARK ST.
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. TI-e LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
1 Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
Extra fancy Texas struv |lb: ,ri(,=
at ...... ...................... 1 5
Skinner'p ilaenoi, p,, - hn'tii
or egg noodles, 3: pklgs. . 2.
10-lb. box mlacaronii, l)... 1 i,
10-1b. box spaghetti, lh.._ i :
Jellies, ,Jan.s and Pickl., al
mollst .at your own\ll price.
Farm Houw,, coffee, lbU .... 318e
Fancy bulk coffee, lb..I.... 10e
Fancy Breakfast bhacon(, i.,b 5,
Best fancy lean boiled ham, it
lb. ............... .. ...........-. ... 05c
316( North M:in St.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN UL LLETIN
S 225 EAST PARK ST.
e Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
SECTRE AT PEACE
''continued fr'omi "atge Two.)
th, had ltilt also delayed lthe game I
too. 1.2. Thl. skeleton at tlhe peace
I:ll)' 1 > ])beitcolllte tile Stpctil'e otf the
'lii:r thie world nlust fane tile d(lin
':r 1:. the tithisses of uin .ra will
b a ;,,.owl d lit of symlpathy flta lh Ie
iln-m t tfGeriiainy, and tilit iht tt x
alnth of the Glermlnan bolsllevik.s will
it 'o e!ndwc! sSl:, \,.ret. Fiance and ;
t i. tin l rl(e iolt timtune. Th 'e Sill
in:iotillities sn'i'ountdig ce·niral Eii
ir11e hIi l'e bteenll cut iff flrao cotn - I
htnicat,';llionl Oldl tradeI( its well als tier- 1
I i ; lies Isv;tV lbeen suffering folt
1'l~ an~d for woko'l to do andl~ th1,', arl(e
al'fitietd \wi:ll ithe stmlln e t.nlli'tvn y toi i
"eVO lt ttnatl ex c)osH~i.
\ !!ot eti itr not tile Elert-Schaide- t
!ill;t: Catletllllent lasts long (?ioughi
,, siBi the tatee we hlaVe to face tlhel I
tha' ;i tt 1 , tn'llyly ]ha. gOint b]olshe
t. tn 1otn ilth Levine o(f Hssia it
¼' it Wiltade r¢Ot't. Il tuslltl liii
,tg- ilini h, of s ialtizat ll . Olt-l
I,', wiah th dig sit epr'titti fot
"it id otlitdliii;tion. is behi g liritsted
by the, ., 1-4 cttitt o ini fat' t ls I
vilt. .it ( e disintgtleal ioiln of,
!ilnr . i.. r t i i( colltu nistl i " iov irn
iii;.lll II;ts I)~?~en I ]lt .let tIy I I i ' utliid-i t
iS' init1ihiit'inIheae ii ttiti'''0i
ic I tihudetI lila Kin t fhrlt'ly
,trs ,,y o?'f iLenine, 1111d1 o nly a1 Iew \
mothItlt~s agot i lltpris.onled iln HungaryI'3
It h:"li itilk. Thie inl uhiviks ill
'l: 1:,in hlave jroinl*' tihe hl sl.ht'vik's..
l , '1 ('litH fl1001 I 119 ilt lind1 ( Ol'
wa y el.l ;lti l.,d the popull l lou td
,,i l 0 l. lll Illt ,'iii -lle i. Is pilill
,.- i rii 'li-i. I Tiht Iitt'tililt
i'i- . h I Iiil't d i (i)l si lt ,
1 'l lt'tuina ii , liii' : afi. I tlt'
(0 1n . - ii t th(l Pe ll ts ttl d Uitk in
a';: > 00 ' f'1)tighting. i-' dlis-;'eg rltded
ot -ei salth -i itts thot t'i ineit
his , t', t lii i, i' ) th it atot1il
Sll l itq t i' Il l '. I taip ) ii.)' titi I ititl'it.il
It'-, Ilhe stormll. Trhat Rulssianl twlu ol'lr
' ; * '11 l i ii it itt woi'to s tie : istr
howl li tutu ,w I,," Ii ti bilet n hi lii'
n"I it pi lit in prin ,iph,'
11- 0 te l it l lllist,.ce (WO'€ lultill Illtil
!",-hav' 'l n bl efolre the( wo,)ld. ()lit
,..llit.'led( ter'!:,or'ial limlits anld 1lie
'. e.al~ tion of n \\ hnt rntllllionllil ill.%'ill-]
Sti.'li: (i litult ill P i 1' f 0e0s €:,,!lltllStlfli,'(1
br. lte wviii. Th"il otherl \w'at to :nucti-1
, ael'it hunlgtq" ,!nd .(e| iprodnltlionl g -i
',itw" Tih! lpaqt. cent ril"'I'II' ho' heeln
atwntqding! to thlt_ for'mert and!. not Ito
tih' ltltt'l, endt h(,n/ce the dangerhe'tl' .
fr ett tihe w\., d I t| od . Iy |[' (I' nallny
becomeW,¢s In';tingly bolshvik htow will
IHtfor t!' is fl it: leslioln .:. t'olsidt'ledt
iat untl.,H shoulld h~e givenl Ito tihe
('onvr'St' e ven''(lts inl (Gerlmilly since
thl. minlislil'e. 'rTh, antl~l i.;ite pl'ovid.
- It\}h tenoulh fioed to keelp th,' (er
. timlt ;,.pula];titon atlov't tht' tdaltge'l
II1, l'l' of d,. ipr ss4ionl ai.Id lp chdol h'ae l
SilnnV , sions th~at t'nl2.,nder'l a gitationl
;:ti %nleltqle. The ;tml(|unt ;:lipula;ted(
m men.~lte'd [to 1t) Iut'Lndl,' Ip; capita
wte,• thli , alnd this inllu'h thd whlt'
m- an'y' t 'v $ou1d cthlail b~y t.he l/er
I;'-.it, given|l her to Ifish in Euro
ip,,un \,'ltrs.. N,,rl f'v iv,, m,,nths:
t'el'" 'd lit ifoI' thlt fo'od allotted got.
.- I'; ' w\n'y tow\'ir'! Gennolnilly. .11 :ln|
"- uvt s ' t' show\l bly re ~ol'ts; to tht'
.'A~.1m ri('i!n to Iu111i..?;ionIers an; l d the
pr'itlllt u!',,,lstel of Elng.land,. thi:; Iui1,
-. i t'O li 10 hll lithe t.nditilon inl the| c'ill
e al. liioiess oat actual litaren gill
is :!id I. li\ve Ih in in progress. It
sln ' il Cin ic iated fates, i i the l gi' '
erail i utward alppea raiie of ithe city
p. uid- os,. in the miedical reports
as to abul(rntal births. The author
ijtiS live :ihkn toi )layinig allows iris
for uneitplioyment just as the lots
, in hol.-i.eviks did, and tlihus en
ioura inai thousands not to work.
The iarkn is worth less than half
its forilleri ialue. 'Th(e is 1 gl't
quliantity iof for'gd Flren'ch and IEng
lish i oneII' in c(irculation. IThe last
Siprtacist revolt was pliut don with
such violcl' | :th:t there lhas been a
reaction i f, otr of lthe Sp.i.rtists.
Ther..' is dancing in the cities, but
no guiety: thle uipper classes are so
tlh.rouolltihll convinced that the bol
s!h vikls will ieornianently iriulllphi
that "it!i',I dance because niot thini
,ls' is wo th while. They don't cx
nee.t to li'r elon!orrow."
In 1tava'ia thle soldiers have either
killed their officers or driven them
into Iling. Since the Eisner assas
sination in i nlnich, the bourgeoisie
and iri 'ci' casises have been disarmed
and ilhe workingmen have been
autredI. E'very house in Munich was
seorc.:. ;I lnd every fowling-piece or
irevol' f'lr i self-defense was taken
Srcom any llinmber of the upper classes
and p-ut it the hands of the prole
Vienna is described as "the most
pathetic spectacle of a big city that
the wvorld has ever seen." The people
are "undurfid and apathetic." There
is "no revolt there-only a conditionl
that has been ripening for anarchy.
,The question concerning Germany
and Austria is no longer "'Will 1.hcy
be socialized?" but will they becomnl
lastingly bolshevik through processes
of proletarian revolutionary exces..
T'i'here seems to be no doubt but that
the soviets of workmen, soldiers and
peatsants will become a permanent
Ipart of the new constitution. In
Itav::ria the right of private property
in hotuses, lands and rents has already
theo a ibolished. The palace of Ithe
tivairian king has been convertled
inllo a dwelling for worlkingmlen, ant
tili' coilnmunity has taken the right
of quartering whomsoever it will ini
Ihe unused rooms of any man's house.
The American position as reptre
sented here in Paris is that lb1
slteiisni in Germany is a nleoltce to
t he world. and that consequently tlie
plain nelcessity of the case as regards
Germnany has not been met. That
inieessity was wl:ether it was a genll
uine people's mnovetlent.
!ni view of what is going on inll
G(rmany and .\ustria it is folly to
res nitd the revointion is less than
genuinole. Tilhe governmltlt't of these
coulllllntie;s have bIeen cOlll)sp led Of n1n1101
who, though they went to wvo: withi
ithe junkers. were IInevertheless so
cialists who had l'ad as the( object of
their lives the realization of social-t
ism; and now these llen are being
pressed harder and harder to adopt
alid to instlitutionalize the proletarianl
demlandst which as socialists they re
gard as ilpract ichIt le. lII what is left
of old Austria, for inslalce, the itn
tortant figurite has be(n Otto Bller,
ia man of :S1. Hie was one of lhe
leadiers almoltg the Austrian sci:-l 1
tifie.esocialists and the first to at
temipt to reconciile natiollwt10 wint
internationalistm. As sint officcr int
the Austitiau armly l.ouer was cU'ap
tur'ed bh the Russians and sent to
Siberia, vwhere he was with RuasiantI
socialists until the revolution broke
ill Petrograd. Aft.er going to 'Petro
grad and ptlaying aln ilmportan! part
ill that revolution lie won\,t to Vienna
and played a simlilar part in the Aus
Irian revolution. Today he holds the
Sposition of mintister of socializati:on,
butt behind hiim is the uncontrollalle
clamor of the bolsheviks.
In addition, it should ba renmei
iered that Poland, an ally. for whose
freedonl the world has libeen i(tlll
oI iig for a hundred years. hast dovti
to the present had no chance to ioln
iunicate aLnd trade. ]Extrelmue elonil
lions of deprivation have prevail;"d.
Worse may bIe said of ltohemt:a. :lo
Iheitia has not been in the llmarket
as a beggar for food; she has hlitd
quantities of glass and other uIl Ii.;
to export, but she has been cut tff
antd the bolshevi' t upnrisings have
continued. Finland has been i,;olat
ed so that as ;t Fillll said to itn Amier
lean official, "we haven't Iad a l call
lie in three yea.rs, even inll inter.
when it i; dark nmost of the timne."
This condition has producted such a
state of hopelessne;ss and despair that
Ithe pIeople will follow any violeut
;prcad of holSleViSi in E ro t! Y .1}
will doubtless find that it was partly p c
dle to thie failure to open lip theel ui
wor'ld to trade and to ration (O.'ri:tlly
as provided nor in arliticei agree- ft
1nents, to satisfy the (dtetm n(l-s of the v
rulnall nationalities, for food aint raw 1'
llat1'rials for a u1111 faci( t11 . Ti ite'y ,' ill it
hlire to coniderl wlhellierl' there wa
allv deliberate ilnieltion to throw ii
cetl:'al Eurolpe into distilltegrct ionl F
liy a process of starvation. Ti:ey will (
filnd that Amurica sought ;.nxioutslY 11
I, live upill to the gl'ellt'lln t for te -
I i:lling Gernliny down to August,
1t)19; Ihat the prinme inii',t.r of s
ils:glanud vigorously slpplrted thut u
po;sition. They mnay conlcern them- f
telves with the violenlt remaOlllr'i. ouft
th1 prinme miniretr o' England in the I
plretse ce of 1) . (h'li'illolen('e l lti 1i 1. It
Klotz, of the French governmtent,
v:hen 1h said, by way of proplhvey, I
dint if the mtelaCing disruption cialte
it would be dile to unllalled-for pro-Ii
t(,ts and 'delayv; in ('carryillg out tllhe
stipulatiolns for rationinllg.
One of the chief dungri: from thei
rise o1f 1holshevis i r i i is lhe
sympat.hetiC: mellioll created among
th1 masses elsewhere in Europe. As
th,, Germ'tu:t1 and Alsro-H1ungariat n
matsses lhave shown that they were,
nlt t collntent with tile dethroning o;
lthir kings but are revollltiollnary to
an exltrei t degree, a Ig .marked changeli
f attlitllde has come over pl1(nllltr
letders of Engi'land aind France. S01
ci; lists iwho ial while ago were oIplllst:
Sin. holhov:. istn, dinading its futility
a- ltd waste, the ouilt-and-out tsalri.b ll'
I of the proletariat, have stiffened ing
Ih tir dellmands andi the methods they
lI w1i twilling to apply at holme. iAndl
in eanwvhile a variety of faclors Ilha
I e tended to create symplll)athy for oIl
- shevik ('tGermany :among the llla;sses
-of Eurollp: the demonstrationl by the
s course of illternall events that the
1t German rei vollltio(ll Ws a gen1uitne
people's nokvemnllt, delay in opening
up the \world to tradle, delay in con
e'ludillg lpea'e. distrust of the league
of lnationls ais it has comelll to Ie
:\A gireat change has comie over the
atlitude of bloth the popular loaders
11 and the' m11sses ill Ithe last Itwo
I niiiths. Ill England the trade-union
ist1. are say.ing tht they will work
Yr I thie stalte, the commulllllnity, but not
for indil idua:ls. l)uring tlhe last six
weeks 111he great cryilg- necessity of
Fl Europle I11h bn forll coal. There was
;- dager to the shutting down of 11111
niipal (walter plants with resulting
pestilenci ;ltnd conltagionl; there 11Cwa
I dangitgr of ciessationll of food tran::lorl`-1
Sit tation. And in the midst of this callme
- 11he threat of a strike and tie-up of
I 210,0t0 m1111 l in Englland. W o can
i not expect the demlands for soializla
1t tion in England to abate: they will
grow mnore drastic. ill the belief that
t lthe governmenllt is coitnitted toi a
o traditional policy of compromise.
- I FPlrance the socialist leaders say: I
Si "'\'e will have an election in six,
Slerhapllas three mo111nt1111nths. It doesn'tnt-lllt
I ter how we comlle out as to repre
sentation ill parliamlent. France is
r fooling herself in thinking Gerlmany
S('can 1iay for the War. .The peotlle of
France woni't pay. There will be i
l revolution. W\e will socialize rail
d roads, mlines, metal industries, ship-I
11 ping--but probably the banks first.
Is After that-you can't tell how a revo
SI lution \\will go except that it will
nI go on."
's I amn calling attention to tllose
- things with this fact. i mind---that
in the countries of Elfrope where 'ev
it olution has taken place the men who
it have become the letders of the ma
le jority occupied positions in their
re countries corresponding to that of the
LIEUT. COMI. P. N L BELLJNUER t
I '0ltE'alIt C'oni a ii C Patlicil N.
L. IBelliger of the air 11tatton of the
naval o(pera1ting his aOlt 1 IIlpt On
Roads tint rhe: ifdth niva dIidtstrict
oiltv pilot the misttna'-ed dales11 naval
s1p1 n it t l efot t ieO~ crs the t At-ll;lV
Frenc I' citailist s Ii t tido' ]l'01 d thoe o
m)1 tivl relilt yaitned - theyr headrsine
onl uVtl th01 i a~tlll t ~ am 11)o1n- 011
\I vet a( mild11 1dtol thrpls the so-li
I cbtllttV aeopetI 11p 1 i ii tIll
I tio e '1n1 oppoiti ,n thly a11 de
MarcIlel ('achi editor o 0' 111 1.1(10uit
/ Io:ul s al amt IconI I n:i\: studies, re
coil 1llc ll : created a 1e , c·li, ss t in the
cI'l.'EnCher and ;la:; tremendously ap-lOS
t l;'ar\~d t not only bylr the socialists
the gr iitl Is whe n he add Iressed him-
! self to the gav ····n i·n It,1 with regardal
tol IIu1sia intnisvey, ant as follows:in
:,0 liI ] ili' cd ' kuiii l 'cildiers, yioul
haven't. !,:on able ', find tnal vomilll
le'rs, alcd l say' tli< idoes 1oo0110 to
o! (country. FrIomi the attitude of
thi:; tribunllal we call u1)n11 the rol
diers of. France no11 enlitist in the
aIley of I. Pi.:hon. V hicn the French
oltdiers who had l . made p riso
ois by the ,bolsht'vi,! were sublt
cluently redeased bi thlemi they re
fIused Ito nmtirch iIFai;nst thl botl:;hc
viks. Will fhe eilalll-Wi of deputies
reprochl tiled t oll r 1 ? Anld we social
itis Iy pi iy.v Ltliy dtid w'ell."
The Fr'eilch sto ialists are also saiy
ing openly: "'*Ve asked justice for
Flrance, for A\lsalc-Lorraline. Now we
demand justice f"r Germany." After
the Blernle conflen'ce thile British ;o
citlists rtturnlid to plris and gave
this wa'nilg: '"The anti-boldlovik
socialists of G':itmanly 1lalvi- clnvinced
us that ulnl.ess focl and 'raw matlnecrials
for the lre5111sti on of indus:try a're
providet (iii" a;ily, nlothing call avert
the triumilll/I! of bolslhevisml." No ac
lion wilas ll ' i on t1llS; warning iland
mnanyv oif I1;, BPitish socialists as a
I resulit iavc lcquiited the bias tof syntl-i
iathy for rovtoi iolnary iclrninly.
I eisid's thi: :; llympathvy "., have to
bear ill n-ilid 1'i it the mlltss of EIu
rol arcie belilg Itaught alld alire comll
il;., to hellit t hat tilh' league is not
Sitl leagiu iof people;; thlat it cre
a;Ites Snlflr!;! l'!.: not for td"l1emocracy'
uint for ;.a r Il r.U l despot isin heenuse
its power ii v'l tecl ill what mally ic
i('( i i! a ii dii (i !y of five meni. PI1pn-t
aitr leairs I cl denouncinllg the prlo
visionll; ifol ii- hluilniO and control
io Ir mlllllliltio as feeble nlld evasive.
Tl'ivy dtlei;.i against the good will
Ioft tthe ciwl' becaus e of the fail
ure to pr!.,i ., ior the ablsolute abo
lition oil c,'l. ription.
Socialit t litders 0and agitators.
Ithollgh i ll'V siill support. J'resident
Wilsoni ill !!i; press as tlie iitan who
Swanted tol dlil squarellly bIy thil peace
S)problem'( . 'Xlne'rSs before thie nmass
- nletingls f ilrii" following and else
1where thei r ditil'tust ill the' measure
of his; suli(re,. In France this increas
ing vigor oii ;: itation hlla a definite
ipulillar llinil as shown by the fact
that the locl:'iist dailies of thle most
unmolpralii-liug policy are rapidly
increasing ii circulation. L'HIualn
ite. thet offi' i;tl socialisi s' organ,
liiskd Irecivly for contributiotis of
200.U00 fin:::'c to enlarge its size.
Though hle ,l'rncelh arlle not ready
giv'ers, Ih. usllceriptionls cc1e pour
ilg in so i:lidly that the figure was
ri:ec1 ,, .-1clot). The lrate at which
t ithe cioi liii' I toilts Olntlinlued to COlme
i i 1i sh w1, ,1 i.Iat it would ,be easily at
t,, . ..t r ,omom te" that
In pet., i :! we lnust remmntber that
the n- , o Europe have been set
tlin dit i , Ihle conviction that the
rirel b.l, je: the war wa:: won when
thei tihi of Europe fell. The popu
lar lld: who exhort against the
clippiei.. !;e;rany's wings by giv
ing Iher ,:.! mines to Poland, by tak
ing aLiv thi Saar. by creating a
lthetii -h !', public, ninintize the fact
that li' .i lieti have not wanted to
give ic r i:,,i.y, with her factories in
tact. a i. :i.c e for the revival of in
dustlr. \ i !he industries of France
weitr in ; rippled condition as a re
sult ofi . --telnatic German destruc
ltol. Ti'.hV are nevertheless rather
telling ii ; ic in their speech and
in Ih: r; l liiations with regard to
the \i n circle we all have traveled
in ,ntX i ternanyy to pay a big
illnd'll 11111ut in not wanting to give
her ia ciia e to work and make a liv
t;,ri,:, :.v will come out of the
l:-t ( ;" i'r wings clipped; no one
neLd i!., nv fear as to that. What
needi :,. looked to is the danger
resulti; : from the " clipping, the
grtwin.il '... silessness and sytlpathy
i nC(r:rny among the masses in
the ,.t:,, countries. There is no
hatlred ,,r Gerlmanly along the
iEluipilii 't masses today.
Only a few monnths, wTeeks ago,
the battle-cry of the masses was
"socialization." We might have re
garded this movement as bolshe
vism turned law-abiding, orderly,
patient; for while the bolsheviks
want to socialize the world at one
bound, rapidly and violently, with
out consulting any of the classes ex
Cept the proletariat, the advocates
of socialization among trade union
ists and many socialists were saying
that it was neither right nor prac
ticable to accomplish this by bolshe
vik methods. Today the tendency
has so changed that socialist leaders
of France and England with whom
I talked six weeks or two months
ago and heard them defen(l them
selves against the stigma of bolshe
vism, are now defending the bolshe
vism of Russia, praising its appear
ance in Germany and predicting the
rise of soviets in their own ccuntries.
For that matter the prime minister
of Enigland, consulting with invecti
gators from Germany, has :said with
regard to the situation in western
Europe, "It looks as- though the
soviets were coming everywhere."
If America believes that what the
world needs now is not a series of
revolutions: that violent bolslhevism
means decades of misery, the ruin
of production, the suspension of
creative intellectual activity, then
America will have to sacrifice to
prevent it. Food, raw materials for
manufacture, co-operation in trade,
are what the countries of Europe
need today. Perhaps after all
America can only ameliorate the
revolutionary epo'h. The fact that
wheat may go up $1 a bushel at
home can't be taken into account as
a determining factor in deciding our
attitude. Today America alone
unless the Argentine should also be
named----is the one place where
Europe cann look for succor.
(By United Press.)
Juneau, Alaska, April 26.--(By
Mail.)--A resolution was introduced
in the Alaska territorial legislature
today, demanding that the govern
ment deport "those undesirable first
paper citizens, who surrendered their
papers rather than share the war
bur.den of their adopted country."
(Special United Press Wire.)
Spokane, XWash., May 3.-J. T. Kin
K ma in, local accountant, has petitioned
a court here that tlhe order that he
sha!l pay his wife $55 a month ali
mony be set aside.
KNinlanl conteinds he should be no
longer conrgelled to help support his
frmer s[)pouse because, he avers. he
saw he "hugging and kissing an Ilal
ilni in a I!acaroni factory."
o - ~ -----
IFriday, May 2. 1919.
Edgar WV. Howe. known through
Siout America as "Ed I-lowe of Kan
K sas," and for many years one of the
leading newspaper paragraphers in
the united States, was: born in the
townt of Tr!'eaty, Ind., 65 years ago
tomorrow, May 3, 1854. With his
parents hlie removed to Missouri in
infancy and was educated in the.
conmmon schools of the state. At the
age of 12 he began his newspaper
career in his father's printing of
SIie. Ten years later he began the
publication of the Atchison Globe,
which he developed into one of the
t moslt successful papers in the coun
- try. The editor's quaint philosophy
1 and genuine humor made both him
, and his paper famous. In 1911 Mir.
- lowe ceased active newspaper work
to devote himself to story writing
· and to contributiing to the mnaga
zines, since which time he has gained
more friends, but not better ones.
II^~ -- - - --O
i A Casual Observation
0 0--- o
Some folks pay cash to draw their
brt'atll while others "run
There's many who just starve to
dealth while plowing through
There's solle that have a imass of
wealth yet never earncd ,
Th're'l r more thanl's brokten down in
;ealth froml strife they'va oUn
There's some that own a shack and
lot from saving 20 years,
'lh re'.s thousands, though that
haven't got a rag to smother
And not a few have crossed tile :tanm
to lose a leg or two,
While crowds of profit cowards stay
ed home to plunder mie and
Millions gave their blood and brawn
that we should all be free,
But freedom still is held in pawn by
Front 'mong the dead it's safe to bet
that somne have gone to
Still here on earth there-s mnillions
yet with nothing much on
them. I). N. iR.
O - --- 0
By Edward I(rook Warren.
Who sails the ermine with his paws,
Then hides behind sedition laws
To break the back of Freedom's
Advertise that room for rent in
the want colutans of the BIulletin.
"Womie v'-n keep a sesretP
"l.onsflri\' fThe spoo( ruvCr tells
you she it t,.,.g Wt . have until you
have invited a house full of com
Western eat Compaat
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