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'! 'To me."'he savs, "ALL .of the horrors of war: are. summed up in tHiSI
one woman's face. She shows alj the -terror that the soldiers feel in the
trenches when shells burst about them, just as plainly as the terror the
womenlfeel left alone to meet the oncoming depredations of a devastating
"if HER face cfoes not stop war, not all the sights of Belgium would
stop war, for she IS BelgiumSHE is WAR!?
A FACE FROM THE FATHERLAND
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Philip Scheidmann, Socialist and
peace advocate, who caused conster
nation in the German Reichstag
when he demanded that the govern
ment take steps to end the war,
Philadelphia. "I am Magistrate
Byron E. Wrigley," prisoner told po
ltceafter having been arrested for en
gaging In aa altercation with a re
serve policeman. Identified and re-
Hackenback, N. S Robins which
come in the bpringi tra-la", were ex
pensive for Rocco Vacereau. He shot
one and was fined $40.
Yonkers, N. Y.- "Absurdly inad-,
adequate" was Justice Tompkins
opinion of?3,400 awarded -James Par
rell, engineer for loss of one hand.
Verdict was--set aside and $5,00a
Myor Harrison -say3 he held his
nose an'd voted, "the straight party
ticket "it is an? old -trick and a poor
ohe. Daily News,
- What's an, old-trick holding hia
if "Vic, means voting the straight
party ticket, why fcr that any worse
than voting a straight ticket picked
' For a' newspaper boss to pick a
ticket made up from men from vari
ous party tickets doesn't make, that
necessarily the best ticket .
It haspf-turned out best for the
people to have 4fr$ newspapers run
the city government
Evidently Bill Thompson knows
the difference hetween organized and
And doesn't think much of charity
that costs 60 cents expense to get 40
cents to those who need it
When charity becomes a business
it ceases to be charity.
The surest way to get money to
pay teachers what they are worth
and run the public schools as they
ought to, be run
Is to make taxdo'dgars pay their
taxes., " 1
Here's betting that State's TVtt'y
Hoyne goes through with his fight to
make the big fellows pay their share.
Hoyne not only won't be bought,
but he won't be bossed hy the press.
"Who is that awfully important
"Why, that's "Mrs. Van Gudgeon.
She's the resent of the Daughters of
the Stranded Tourists." Cleveland
fixed as theTnimmutttt;' -
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