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ter and all its sordidness and make
believe sickened me. I bated it and
everything else of which Earnest
Lawton was a part."
(To Be Continued.)
Helena, Mont Gov. Stewart ve
,Some day we'll be telephoning
through the air without wires. Won't
it be funny to have the operator an
swer your call with "The air is
Rome. Mai. Heiberg, American
toed boxing bill recently passed by
legislature which would permit box
ing bouts in Butte.
HOW JAPS COULdInVADE
military attache to Rome embassy,
killed Thursday while at Carso front
when his horse fell.
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This map shows the possible route
of Japanese invasion of the United.
States through Mexico, if Japan
cared to accede to the kaiser's sug
gestion of making war on this coun
try as an ally of Germany and Mex-.
If the Japs succeeded in landing at
Manzanillo, on the West Mexican
coast, they would be connected by a
good railroad with the capital and
with the border at Laredo and Eagle
Pass, whence railroads lead to San
Antonio, Houston and New Orleans,
the suggested route of an attack
against this country.
After reaching New Orleans the
invaders, if successful, would then
move up the Mississippi valley to try
to "cut the country in two."