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ostensibly fighting on that side, the
real and unseen power behind all this
was working for Germany.
It was the pro-German party, cov
ertly, that armed the Russian troops
with sticks and crowbars for guns,
provided their cannon with ammuni
tion that fitted German artillery, but
not their own, sent them to destruc
tion or defeat, surrendered them by
the thousand, and soaked the soil of
, Poland with their blood, needlessly
The extent of this .colossal treason
staggers the imagination and makes
all the fiction in the world look tame.
It has greatly prolonged the war, cost
hundreds of thousands of lives, Wast-
ed millions of treasure and laid upon
the patient people a burden under
which they will stagger for genera
tions. . All for the sake of the Hohenzol
lerns and the supremacy of the kings.
And now all this, or most of it, is
revealed as come to naught
Russia has awakened from its
filthy monarchical trance. A democ
xacy at last, she has ,now taken her
true place with the other demec
racies, fighting the mad dog of md
narchism, now in its last lair.
They sang the Marseillaise in the
streets of Petrograd, and at the news
all democrats around the world sang
They had reason to sing. These
democrats have left Germany and
Austria the only autocracies in Eu
,rope. They have made the issue of
this war so clear that no longer can
either a liar or a coward side-step it.
Democracy against autocracy, the
people against the thrones!
The last; great struggle, clean cut,
sure, unmistakable. The world for
the kings or the world for its people.
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' New York. Cuss boxes will be
placed in New York business houses
during Billy Sunday campaign and
business women will be supposed to
drop in a nickel every time they say
damn or something.
Atlantic City, N. J. Diamond Jim
Brady today ordered pair of diamond-studded,
for "Mickers Mallory," pet terrier of
boardwalk, to which he took a fancy.
New York. Rev. Walter E. Bent
ley, actor-pastor, warned Billy Sun
day that if he slammed theater dur
ing his visit here, he, Dr. Bentley,
would hire a hall and answer back.
Cleveland. Rag peddlers may
strike ( tomorrow and refuse to han
dle bottles if demands for better rate
from bottle dealers who have merged
are not granted.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Following an
nouncement of sinking of three more
American steamers, 55 students of
Kalamazoo college refused to con
tinue study of German language.
Inquiry on to set blame for death
of four in burning of Scottish Old
People's home, Riverside.
New York. Through the National
Safety council, 2,800 firms have
pledged support to the president,