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BY DIRECT WIRE WITH OPERATOR ON STAGE TONIGFIT ~NOW PLAYING "SO MUCH FOR SO MUCH" t· BY WILLARD MACK PHONE : ~ý 171 171 19 I injr ERYAT ONS WILL NoT o ELS A , Z I. (Paid Advertisement.) White House Gircery 508 WEST PARK SALE sTILL ON Lar'ge Log Cabinl $1 40) M. J. B. Coffee, $2.50 Can Jarn 6 atlb ... .... . ...ree Te , l . . ....... ........ ........-- -- · In Lard, 2 lb. net t60c h 30c Salmon, 2 of for .... . ...... ... ....I45c of hi Largo size Ketchup cr at.................. ..... .... Large Tomatoes, case ................. a good Corn, $3:5O case ............: ... .Fixtures for Sale. Evcy- p thing must go regardless of cost. ° (Paid Advertisement.) i Lunch Bucket Facts iWhen the bucket is left here it is put in the steam vat and thoroughly cleaned. Good, juicy, wholesome meats are 1 used for sandwiches, good but. tee, teovery best kind or pies and cake and :.fruit. is used, and, last but not least, it, is put, t ogther so that you will be, gae sfied. Thut's our spe cidilty. Yours for servicc, The 1 S pokane Cafe 17 SOUTH AI UX ST. IN 6ONNE4TION The Be~iti 'Hosse $O 3W 9UABTZ ST. Board by the Week $0; Meals 56v GOOD EDATS-"rLL -Ay .BOP" (ii Advertisement.) Ký . ý I EjýEF EtIAO lN ;I u QO 'AI DAO ME (. thie Federated Press.) ,, Ot. ~. (By Mail).-At ta iQ ust-eld here between rep 4 $ ,, the Czech Social 4t c.soad Mlen's union S Gýran Social Demo S ~ ,,,~ pail road 4Men, it w= 4 o norgatoizo . a general St aitroad ,men of ovtka 'boUdy is to unite l*rters of the ree pU~ti : I- iterests- and . embrace Eles asc o - 4Y YOU SAWITrINriS TH U~lI 1BURiLlSON 5 IFOR PEONAGE IN OFF'IC:E Privale Lockee for Arny of Postal. mployes in New York Removed as Petty Stunt by 'Czar.' (By the Federated Press.) VWashingtonr. Nov. . 2.-0I os r (E toward a condition of peonage Post master General. Burloson is. driving mi the army of underpaid :employes of to the department, as shown by a re- mi port to Secretary-Treasurer Flaherty pe of the National Federation of Post- lie -ffice Clerks from their New York to local. Private lockers, for the coats,! a hats and personal belonging of the ar employes in the New York office, ga are being removed. .All - such be- al longings' must henceforth bhe handled th over a checking-counter, to be stored di together under conditions unsanitary and conducive to the spread of con-' tagious diseases. The same back ward step was taken in the Chicago n office. sorme time ago. In each case the excuse given is lack ofroom for the lockers,, The .New York. office n adds the further excuse that pilfor- et ing has greatly increased during the la past, yoa.i. '• "Health and welfare of the post- tr office employes8 are beneath the seri- si ous consideration of some of our' i high depar'tmental officials," said n Flaherty. "It is a significant fact ai that petty stealing among the em- of ployes has been on the increase since ec the hope of the postoffice workers Y for a decent living wage was killed. P It shows to what desperation men ir can be driven by sheer economic ii noeed. Instead of paying a living a wage, the department is going to police tlie employes more sharply. '"I wonder if the next 'improve- n mont'' which will be instituted will I be the searching of every postoffice, worker, when hp enters and leaves the building. That system was at s one time popular with mine operators r in .the west, and it seems the logical next step ilathe deplorable.course of distrust now being followed," i sI[K-SIigKIN! FEMALES ACTIVE1 n MILWAUKEE (By LEO WOLFSOHN.) (Federated Press Correspondent.) SMilwaukeo. Nov. 2.---While Mil-t waukee's society leaders, residents of the back bay ,district, rolled .gaily, by in their high-powered liniousine0 "gettidg out the women's registra tion," barely ,two blocks away little children, victims of the system these women would .perpetuate;.: gaA.wed welfishly on ai loa. of bread, mouth inj the wrappings and,, twine.. tOo near staryattioun,to . aslgA. precious time ,reniyving the covering :. Her I.usband in the hospital for weeks, two of her seven children victims of diphtheria, another at the .point; of deat.h withait baby of only I two months drying for constant care and without means -of suppidrt, Mrs. Charles Gleason was. roscued, from starvation by neighbbrs who acci dentally learned -of lier plight. (BlY the'F rprate4 Pr SOakland, Ca,. N. . ..- Th American p.aih of hio-uion.u sahops is being foisted on akand., work w ors byrthe Judson Irop~.VWorks. One - mornting t..e thou~tan.d, amployea, most ,aof. bmn a.r , mmhers of: the' 1 Amalgamate. ( AAsociationU Iron f and Tin Wrkeurkers, 1oid ftloe doors a closed,. Silgii ;idforme, i.hemt that the shdps would he :cloaed : aro: oral days and:, would tflieu rPipen V d der the 'Amfilcan p, :.', :The men. were, Pfred to : go 4ie and atre awaititu inst ionl. onl,, their internatloUxqls before deciflmg "Oif their course. Blleti - Wn ot idk M. g Results. Phone S2. TO OISIARTHE 1 Organized Labor, Mensi add l .Women and Youth of All , Nations Arrayed to That i End, Says Speaker. (Starf Writer, th Federated Press,) .Washington, Nov..2.,--Three ele- p 1meAs. are . today. working -actively to., bring about WOrldwide dlsarniaiP mpent as the only Tguarantty of world i peace, Mrs. Pethick Lawrene,Eng- n lish suffragist and pnti-militaript, ~ told a meeting of the national Wom ai's party here. These elementsa arec the organized workers, thq pr ganized women,, and the yout.h a f all nations, which now repudiate th traditiqns which brought on the b disasters of the iteo war. . After a .t-our of American, cities which began with- a single A.vita- e tion to speait.in:New York, the fa mous Englishwoman finwds the womr F on of this. country. keenly altre to the dangei of anothert owertod of militarism and eager to jotin in thet movement centerinn g fin then Woom en's International league which. has been formed. in England. Belfuiilt Germany, Austria, and other couti tries to make futiiro wars impo sible. In Chicago, Milwaukee, C.in clnnati, Boston and .Wahiigtoh, her P message has been. welcomed by large audiences of women pho, .ave .o n ed the Americce orgalization hend-e b ed by Mrs. HIenry Villard of New Yorl, and known as the Wom-eh's Peace society. Its programt is: -"Itn mediate and univerSal disarmia nment, ,'abolition of mob 'iolence, ' and-free trade, the world over." t "We know. that organized labor is standing for universal disarma ment," s aid Mrs. Lawrence to thelr Federated Press. "We know, too, through our contact . with the wopl cn's organizations; of all Europea since the war,: the -great efforts made by the women aiid the young .men and girls in. those nations aginst the idea of taking humian lifo. Today the yoith. ot - Europe is breaking awat from all. restraltit from the paronts, duieselilyto the feeling that thpe older geenrati.u;" bY permitting, tsa e ,owul factre the n'ar, has forfoltoa the respect dof the youger gewaratjidn.;, n Atus ti-la, .ao. many boys sandgirs hiave delibbrately left their .homes as a matter: of . moral- protest, that the government :has bad sto apsigon:pid army barracks to bouf ,then. Themre is no talk of license or·i'uno ality about b t; all pat/eta, concerned, re alize- that,, a tdg;nt, e..b Is e q t passed upon the, geonration ,:th, made the war: possiblo;. The SAtie spIrit;of resem ntment at the pastg gar and- of. determinatitn that no more -wars shal . be made, is showna by, e the organlized women., h , :, . SdIy purrpose is to urge upoe thr women ..of Amrica,., and later .iti 0sture, upon the, :woen,: a other sa s tions, :the.. need., for organisedl reT asal- to .sanction awar .M't:at-naqamnt r henceforth. Women, ,ctng. with a:yotth and with the .vkers., :un oprev~p4t the further killing of men y for iolitical end~s." i'.. - wMrs.. Lawrence :appalnd ,Ao the national woman's party,, herod by uMiss .Alice Paul, hp h :.p a 4. .at' r ithe meeting- here, to join tli Wo m en's I.nternationalilea~gue.' Th.! wmn - an's .party, will ,dcide wthe isse at -it e..onrientipo in: Feb.bruary, f.r, the ·tati-.war, spirit ; jce e tral, -Europe, L rls.. Lawrence stated tbht .f8 .ti . young tamn ip At~lriia ra fused to 1Akale iP .asq~rns .i.'tla .ate S:arhed 'that af.ter et cntln .e,.! O of' thbtam.thei geivenaatedatit pwUP anud permitted. the rest toh 4 ..s a work. Slhe-tquqted ,sriti h ;o.oets ra: desosCrlbg hLow.oeraanc stt irs sometimes Q .marphed, y1upogLr.;ei-ith Sbayonets, singingn, -wit hauls cres p ed, their g tia thra -aw1 a '., ,The O British discovered c tht those weore Santi-war .protestants, who, woent,to Sdeath rather than lift a rifl.iqtpn n this tragic baekgroup.. .trace d tre rise. of-the .itease.e:a tit .ar feel-lqg ofs theo European mwitsee tpdayl'Theb Sask, not for -a lg a.u of ef pow es, disarnamean ---ae d ,fhate.,oral- act. Th..Te hos lioeu i sereice .ippti u , thbe erican Red Cross,4s 1rest1h ed pesp.ot P e toldow sporiqns Uhala A. Deau,. Cyr11Ž.FT 1 +1[...vlxi a isares,. Charlos (. A i*xs~uitj41k tvd. Baruetto and 'Jh'a Frorlnoc linkam. ft cai Jo iialt i Press o.d: ondon Daily .Heraid) MoscO Oct. 27, (ViaC·ri'stiana and Lodn - Johnua Reed - 'buried liefunday' Oct. 24 ulri ,the walls' ,the Kreulin an aio . the gra(f fla Russia's revoituionary heroes. od..it o f t ie1a Ctio ish . IrDucharin it.ndA .olla Dsi Kart.l Rdek and rLY. i Spuke' a1 his grave ' 11.t e#.. t 1 g lanodfiafi'th6mointr ,of. rane als".d' gore r tosmerbe ~.m o'e (Russo i A to.. gra st o eder dT Pross .eii.'London ifrily ..Jiiring Mos t et Oct. 2,, (i histlan i live oipsittee of Jthe .Thihrd.. -nra -' tional ' .'eeei ovedpi ated r t h fi Dri Berkaoiti, on the illneigssahich caused "'th death of Joh fed 1 la t.enTornling of Otte,17, a.. d'sDribi"g tlh care which tle Soviet gover.i eat ve athe. Amet-eari reovilo lUttionfibthr eing ahis ast dayts.' T'he` ! &ting 4iijwashed fruit during a iecent visit; to Baku was thle; able cause of John .Reed'a k iluess which Was complicated by he r. disease..t abseneo pf .one kidney. and shortly ' beforo The end by in, fin#omation . of, the brain. nes~; ee'. conditio ass exci.e.. nt, sho.iwig only a u light rise in tom peratIr-i : 1 Aftreree days att imendatioei o-.f the public. hea - lia partetit Dt irarnisti was caled in. Sus.oting typahus the Dilte giian , rheeoi.inended. that the patient be re woved to a hospital. ''Loui ; 2rv ant Reed's" wife, a oak sctie, of him until the eighthd .ia whaqn he ,isý tikemito a pgeially prepated ward in the M tinsky hea P ,eat e at.in being available i: c the lem nuiissp,,it IUnd er the care of four doctorsy Kssineyi foW,, Jaku nin arid Geivelivitch. ands two eqnh sulting: hy6ci a.s, Peltnev and Iilia rovsky, ;IReed received the most .-e pert treatmnoit that the coantry coul4 provide' An 1 nglisi-sipeal k in nurse and an assistant sutrgeonh were ir antsiaut attendance. 'The besat Food aurnidati tliieii, an elc trio stovs .and all possible conven-, ences wore b rnished>". - PUBLISP11SII1i OF OPl S( By .the .3derated* Preas.) - Oklahoma Ci-ty, Nop. 2.,,! n plOto classifie.di rpster;i, of ,tht e - r bershipl of the. fol.ei shop",D" i O of the :.local' chamtier" of5 :;O5lUt w i bhas aeeo: pub Isahe ; by d tl0 opu i el tI of action -the .oi=innttee oo: ]org ized labor a torlgh1t laba(Ar :eesi l ~ Ten thousand ,4oi li. abre )eam is,=t sued as "buying: guidet .for,.;te con+' veniencoe of agawpning me s t4 1 their wivea whep.iurchasing goods,'' The booklit'a 2 "The.,persoila' firms aidC; pp i ations whose: na s are o . Ct.led herein are bajnded together tO red&e, the ,wages of il ,,workinig_ m -< : woimeiti -regaidiess of \hvth- tb h are, organize,4 or4 uui3ggangd4, L to acconmplish;iA tsen hey. id ay; set .out to deteY-; it Wy~rprg ations, of wage. worker '.ntd farmer. .' The distriih ,Ag.,f, tlg..~'Buy ' Guide'" is teixpth4; to9 )aine, upag~ 8;000, union: t ; t citry and t:.l r 32,000 depoe A idall .of;syLpathizeOt p a gre. .Sk.w. ers and who. ;wb ,fct cite . by cu.t, in wages_ . th't;oii'iioe.hop' men are tryin tobijng about - The D .ore,.a .T. o ma"ol !I,utheran ch .. tit c e tf Montana i .sreets lijb4 eptcriatnincd to eepingi I th bhurch parlor riti.,T ' c e, son. A musl "rogram will be rendered. Truss Ftti.4 l branda4~, pairs quickly e.. Wood.-Dol 'Drug Co., th, TrlS :sShop, 29 B. tMain, Butto.-_. ; I The YM.M.A 1a eýlntere a claim against 3e estr of :.;. Fra >. Riley; deceaseo 0 alii leged;L have been pledged by Riley tow4t 'the buidding o J ome for organization tV1 t O:° The leo it is stated, f adtiOctober t 1918, - . . Lessonsp in A Mi"r ` ro t way, 9 a. m. tt . -adv. e W ~ leai; h W. W.' k rodow acteion yesteril U . t "goods, wares lief L! , " u ed at $97.&0" ftr $10o rew~r4 - d one proving, 1 Sbest main sprn SNorth Main n Divorce ,as rye tereday e by Judye Lyn t o SJames Kete fe e do y faulted, 11 DISLU( t. Chicago, 1 q SyU ists will a'e i- saoostrous. Strial;," accord is at the leeo ; theb.h fe dustrial tv ofl the o. the exoentire ot the lialnfian Syn~ost- ,union. A ii '." "V ilandi4 'o Others. a ehi;ý a~i.nted° Pr~ess W ire.). L: n oil. No'r 2 =4i'ourteen o 'i a iceerrrd, in southeft Ire~and. e914ejii llRy wit h the : lura1 ofa jere. weeney at Corkt, -'a vordijii rgIb r its recjoive here.: were..k Ad ,a d 'ht4 1icen d taded .n ambush es - Three, apldt*.s>'verb. Illesi C' af ; . titlleton t reraka was; eaptu ed ;y 9h Slitinuirelacin t Stown some shots were ,ezc iiS e last-i ight. ( r .,ltdtd~ ss .'ire ) ttPr #Ueged. p iXhyin the iii 1ing bf three $r tlsh soidiers. ~~ ~entenee stood; destele 'bhr ci;ofclas who potitibneii the , DrBai5 wlkeui calt py; tp Qie staf toll v*it ut th . Aassitance o, F 0 s zglea4s% t tip; t0 nfianplsing Y madp. :or ;the dropptn~ o th e s, trap. Drrargy ed. with .a prayer for ire land qOPi. ti pi l " fA grea~t c p~wQ had athere4. out-' siae the ,pr~iai son vlry, wt ing.tha soldies. patroL th asttret:: At ; o'lock ,tIhe prIso, Fell tolled and ' if a~s grail, i tht pc d~w fell to its knews.i praying unltil- (he h.ell 'ceased to toll.' ·. ···~ to tolThae prisou:; ehaplai apipeaed at; t €t i'j o "ýr,.t Ue patagie . t~i~e te- n~il-aratts " stw ui, i rwalk to death, so vi~ gd '1 W4 'of into . g" h :Gives; else t"Doubt. _° ýtk t uý Federated:, s!recs. ..-W~ ihin . 2.- PDie to the uinfavorable reception~ jtnL 'thbB at, t4 hlc'.bW*'reaidejantGompes t d pVice -1 Pi aaidibnt tWall of ,.the 42nericanp F dei'ation. of~ab it pon t1#."tfter ita1onsal ederatioin of T e4 unions~ iandI upon the Bvritih 444#1 ofs ac tipn 46r their. stapd againutt ithe '-PQIbvor on flheszia-qiues tlietion r10aa been- railedi a~ ti 1'hetbet t =.x E`"AF >' WI a realm. wit1cdr * : .ott -the nteit iitioatidtioza ihde on of Trade' unio~~ ' appera~ t - at~ ;thexeoie eoun 0g ^lies ta~ti nxo uct14iý on the mat~ ,tei that a1 a0t ` d.ea to, the internationew i r, the .period. ashe 'ti n at Amaterfamin, Jo u1 \ 1 ,;2 flot 'eei pai4;. t ijt; thoa whath hoding of I, aeyeent of :, ea" w 1lf p Ie:enV h r can;body. from= taking. zt. mnsdp by the 1H ,n a, coaventlon of ,t1} A.E. p .Lu itijte. 1nteranational from .eonbeehrod. ' " _ - i. tt gleseseindk ygeiý ab - wthe gr, etij:t the 4a4- io-vateentwi~ uhIas a cluded it~self; from -. nbe ii z r">. ;;x x ,.. ,.: - ,erat the.,:d he Ctituia oti~pi t `urntgan rrinttod in the;office 1 onal and privyte expression , og viely 5 tii the; art of Ur.. t dimf'aM . ti" ad~ yaa n ijoti re it,:of anyT " ti x~tte' vxecutl"e CCouncil since ' tie Montreami convention. Ir ~11-- fNlmq~E~ll . (By t . e l4erate4 Press.} - New Yok,s Nov. 't2,-->! u~e $8,x(1 mpembeors.a- t e _'+Interr to a1. - rot ieeiod v meteraccecpt the. u. ,t~timatuzx 4"pu -LaitldAown j: by thie, S10Ues y t id day~whic. x aineI~t year aep4 k'eefile it..~e ithout ;any, in -sqtgesi. 7. th e -'r - i e a u *u r a nt e 1` t 1 *s;o ' "ý a - iaat r asr traD `"east- i u a r i- ] tbu a e h t ) 31 "-if wi p~e 1iint; lai t on .-etj - mu -v t 1: t f' anii h U~tfair A ;& des n· `. th 4tus 6f cer4·4, uý "on Hrberg ares .tbif interested in thait thouse LYRICi 1 T ; i EAWK1TIo. Is Unfair .;· re:.-: . (Paid.. k d v 1itlsemi~j.) (P~~td, Ad iet )!1 iiL·iP z 1 _CI - ra iFt " "". ': ;`.. t .. ..f _R tY f.r fi. n··- ? .f: +ldpe i;; ii' t·* ý. " ''F'3 ..".5,1' ýf, rý :7. i" _:S. W k; SCHOOL Rand. Sho ol o,.,So9~l 5c enc'e Overcoges All O.pi position by Enemies and SProgresses. . the Randýi'Schoo of . Socirl Sbience, the workers'unilveirity of, New York, y.,Tho latest, aftempt, against P c ool was tie ?l;f 3,O O tWpqsod upon tl ~e-clitol : by.tle! dited States district c b ,lutr f .,N* * Y6rk. 'The conviction} and no, wte elXo14 by the supreme:i4uurt,' which refused to review thea case., - ;Th. workers rallled .irpg4iately. ,to tlthe support, of the ' school btiy colilecting more than the $;,OtO iiec The :Ranid school n 4 eotL nig were tried 'joietal'i Fb. 1 feuary, 191a, for .the.. publia.tin of "TI Great. Madness," which ..itw, ,~s claimed, was a -vio~tlon of~the es oage act. 'The par le dealt the worI, a. Sitted tt Eie ,trial. ia tio e pe) mtIo Qr, rehearng. whicl as justa been denied, the attorneys for the school argued that the-.1.3ittal. o' 'Ndering and the convtctin of the society- were hOe. ebisiteort',., ., .The school will o pe'a,,tan--all a son on ; k Nov Rsc. It r ,many courses 9o ,oiterst, to .mimletr'of labor grgaal alttaa!,,, , t -,:ý.110 _ new. epart year, eirt h charge of Arthir.' ,.: Ualhoun. courses o, economiv, F1peratipn, social. 1hstor( aixd- .s_,a cial terms are msl A numnber of scaol14r~ have been provided by labor, . itl f.or 'teir members; AltO f the . scholarships . g ven by. New Yotk city ga'n ".ms, th froes _ uton,, teonomtiv: J s icb -p sproci te .stbi'e t oa i t ý Ainmbers of ti si ' ___ true workers.' a i~ th ,e 11 t offers, thoroug© h taeinil g' ' i -~W.eni .n.. doubt.. l:ok: up the tlhtt_ T Dily Bulletin, are now estinig beneath the sands on the' Flat WH, allowed a. cold to .develop intp ineuinihika; short , breath and lu o we : t nei,1to ruli They :p oba bly title to do something fbr theinsalves- WHEN IT WAS TOO LATE. WHEN Jx contract. a cold, chock it at once. 'BER)$ LLUNG IS THE REMEDY ' Paid : dyr$4ement. ARIZONA DAFE-3 SmP S lt.