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-.'-"XT'-' ''" j W will btTI MOt J eey ddrst 160 wi will . in l took and it uum&t la ibre sobrcribero't-ach :.oe yeir tt three -jeers to on 'abtcritcr. -1 CB.ESSJ: SB "Ponder the Path of thy feet and let ailili VOL. y. POMONA Mo 6 ?ficd No 60 .t tt Thursday WORLD'S CRESSETi Roll of Honot, 1st. L.. tt. UAkfcETt. Ki)iior ,AD I'UDMXUtB PKUKUUhD KVIJ1Y TIIIKSDAY nuu-i(:!tirlTi okb yiak ...... . 0.B0 cmt j I IX MONTHS TOBKt MOSTUil II. C Young Pomona Mo, UM. M:i Anderson Cabool Mo, ."iceta. Good and Bad Wars. A preacher In the East who protested against the idea that thin world cun get along without war said that "everything of val uo we have, our civilization, our laws, our customs, arc stained w ith blood." That is hardly true On June the "rd the extended ho far us the wars between na i. Ho tear ,15 t'EHT si viko. of seanum has vertuuly itions are concerned ifome to an end it is said . Bro?.d and sveeplog charges tnadobr the SlaWfc -Ally. In Haywo-id hearing. The Idaho proticutor allege that minors union traded In bloca by hiring aftsassing. U labor to be throt tled in America. Church to own a Theater CHICAGO PRIEST WILL MAN- AGK Ai-LAYIIOUSE WHICH VTAS ERECTED AT COST OF )O0.CiO(i. 'Appeal Editor Arrested. Iutariotty Jvante. Most of with .these were needless and eouldi capitulation of tin? strikes who have been settlud without war wasexpened t) go to work on Nearly all tho wars that have 'to, ti-rcd an wTOd-Jfstn th ,ariH is 'Mitl' t , hn of value to the world were mutter November zt i.wt at the VoHt-vflice tit Po inoiia Mo., n utter tin Ac of Vouyre8 of MnreU 3rd 1697 TIME TABLE: Eust Hound Vo. i u-ai. N...S n-05i.v Lo il Kn-itil.t 2i. f-'"' A m West Bound: tho irosent on the of tho strike. st'ttleinent civil wars, where some principal of human rights hits been contest iT f -',v.-.' 'ii,ll'' 1 d. Tul! one own history, with! Wu j(ini.n tjmj its lour wars, and ask which' at Rome Tctas I their wera four Churhs and Tresis Still ! ,,nnt,m ilt.k ...... .IJ I.... KK..I.ill llll. down No: 2; No, 4. Loral frclglil X, 213 5-W. A, M. 4- 3-1, P, M 1 1. -., AM. I ttiauily and equal rights. I same thing will be true in the '.and several H('X can blown from .history of any nation -the sort, the tract, and at Creator Texas Ithiit has advanced civilization was'a tornado 8W..-pt from their We understan.l that tho troub-1 ""ttlie kind that would naturally : knti wnfaX hoMmH tw I..H of the ZionCilv lenders seem f"''"1 w'lthin tJ,c JnricUon of; , ' rill... II........ 'I'..:i.,..,l nun; urouiujv-u uiuv,iivi'm as greut as those of the rulers or, !tnv other emn.lii. ,n,,r,.i,!.,i I There is a vital difference in the - . vi government, and the very nature of the dispute be tween a war between nations und a war within a nation; precisely the. difference there is between Stock in New York takss a sudsn slump. It is said glomy times exists in wall street K. Y. In some inst ances the lowest prices in years lias bctm reached. form of griefs are handed down from one ruler to nnolher in much the --miui; iiiamirj niuu.i iiiiii i queens Imquenlh the results of,lwo "(,i'",,,f JoggerneaoN ( th-ir misdeeds to their sueces-i11"'1 tt fll,nii' lnrrel. The for-; jj,,,.,, I mer, the law reaches; the later is (U-neru! Overseer V.diva, usurp-!"n(,'1' n wl,olly Qftcrmt set of j in the prerogntivcs of (Jenerul , P'-'ifiph-s. There is an entirely ()verso(!r Dowio. decided tlmt tl... different set of rights in a family only way to enforce his orders from what there is existing in a department of the United States was in the high handed manner , community; and they must oems asked the British Govern- Demand on British Gov. ,ernment. Ve underst4ind that the "war Kewtimstabls on Frisco is out. Kvertd important changes are uiade, The first Mail from Springfield to Kansas v ity is taken off arid new passenger trains to hurninghain and Oklahoma iMHiits inslallud. emoloved so loni?- hv bu lived... i treated differently. Nations are merit to return a soldier of the ' l!l .!.!.. ..I.. ..) il A 1 1... 1 cessor. Inn, fi it'll handedness hkb inuivmuius, mm uiuru iu mis . .mnw icnn uriny nun linn jiuu was growing an old song to the 0llt which rights and duties Mo Canada. According to Colon- peoj)le of Zion City, and they grow are uitc the game, and el Green, Sergeant TJnell, a mem would have lit tfe of it. So On! whatever disturbs these relations 'her of the iswt band, deserted eral Overseer Yolivu goes to the should be adjusted in. the sn:ne; from Fort Seward and went on irloom to which he drove Gener- manner that civilization has pre-; board the Uritisii steamer, Prjn- t . . i m iin ii i.i a. .... i. i al Overseer Uowie. 1 scribed for individual life, and so, cess jviay. vnenvue snipwiuuu- Zion City's history is mj.iaiy 'a war between nations is a sign , od at Katchikan Alaska, May 14, writin" its own close Tint t,int civiliaition ha left undone the city marshal, under instruc dosetoo. can.... son after the " Kmntot duty, which is not tions from the military authori immunity had reached whatap- j tllp settlement of a dispute, tie, sought to arrest Buell. Hie poured to bo the beginning oflts but the protection of the weak latter locked himself m Ins cabin most successful stage. against the strong. Until that is nnd tho captain of the hhip re- When Zion City finally w ffi done our civilization is a proud i fused to a How him to be forcibly gotten, as it soon must be, it will ' l"-tense. -Ohio State Journal, j arrested, und sailed away to a ! t i 'imiwd ironi mo nnr ntrno a i nnnu an uni. wiinr m- v ri'iiiiii i' mitiiv Ti'.'rrN in iii'iinr' ' i - forth anotlier such movement, I Il('lubll('nn- securing equal sway anu dying; out as suddenly after becoming r ft ! I ! . t . ' ;i lioiinsiung institution anil so it ought to until the real restitu tion comes. Mo understand tip "Colluee lheatr,,, the i.ew JaOO.COO pf. houe erected by the faculty of St. Vincent's oolWpft, haa bcu opoucd on last Tuoeday rrenitig when Ihofiracd i pero, "Otho Viioouiiti.'l by tlix late F. G. Gleaaon did forniah the 111 I for th evninj. Tliit ''ColleRo t hooter" u tho flrt pUyhoiisH in Amurica, aud probably in lh world, to bo own- ad, operated and inanad by a church and tie announnemaiii that it will eninr tho Held in com petition with the high c'asi downtown payliouf adds a new fuctorto ths theatrical tituativii in ('hicngo, Tliepriibtt who nmke np tin? faculty Jof S, Vinceiit'i collfRo will luunnut the houne. bookii; Tt'l it attrnctiona nod lookiuR after the othor details which call th at tention of amuncmetit promoter. Oh! wha a pity tlmt profcsior-i ot chriatiuiity .will indulge m worldly lustn pride and fathom But th above only rfpr.tnenta and W tho fmUHing of the orip tarua whifre it any but having a farm ol po!lliiP""4 but. denying the power thereof Irom aueh turn awav. Just a we were going to press came the newa tlrat .the manag Ing editor of the Appeal To Keason" had been arrested In connection with, aomo charges Uiat were to be brought against that paper. We wired tho "Ap pear office at once and ree4vod the following telegram in reply from Eugene V. Debs: ' Fred Warren, manager of the 'Ap jwal, was arrested on n Federn al Grand Jury indictment for the circulation of alleged defamatory, scurrilous and threatening mat- Pirate Never In the hitory of IJew" York City has such an immense J ' and significant demonstration of organized labor been reoor&si, as that -wfhieli on the eycnlnjr of - ' May 4th. converged from various t iwint njioa. the Grand - CSentntl ' Pulaeo on Forty-second -streeti' to publicly emphazlBe tho attl-, . tude of. organised, labor In ; the now wlebratcd Moyer-Haywid -case: (kmservative estimates of the numbers taking part, place - it at about fifty thousand; though some enthusiasts evidently - con- sidering this figure too low, have Insisted tliot It was nt least sev. Arttvr Do ter through the United States thfa my be ,t y . tain tliat New York has never malls, i no charge is a mere subterfuge, the real object being to cripple, and, if possible, silen ce the Socialist press. It Is a case of vital 1 in porta nee to every Socialist publication. The trial before witnessed a labor demon-" strotion of such Mtrabrdlnary ' dimensions. There were forty-two bands in the line of march, and the strains of the ''.,,MftrillalseV: is set for November, though it Is ! seemed to resound from every possible that an earlier hearing part of the City to the rreat dis may ls. had. It is intimated that Roosevelt and the Republican machine have instigated the pro secution and that all the jtow ers that they can muster are behind it, and that they are determined to crush the "Appeal" ont of ex istence. Needless to say that we shall defend tho principles and Issue involved In this litiga tion, and fight to the last ditch to preserve the right of free speech and a free press. gust and anger of the press and the conservative element gener ally the Socialist character of the demonstration being too ap parent for denial, lied flags were, everywhere In evidence.: So long was tho marching line, that the 'rjf addressos at the Grand Central r Pulace, which lasted till past 10 t i M., were long over, and the v hall closed, before the rear of tho " I of the marching columns had v reached the building. -.. V ' - Clipped from the Wilshirc's. ' Clipped from the Wilshlre'a. In ?:n Call sick. 'William 1). HaywMd was taken suddenly ill early June the 1st, and whs unable to go into Court the strain has been to much. When will justice take place 1- the poor laboring innn. FATAL SHOT. The Great Labr .Strike Dive a handin friendship. POMONA DRUG GO, Pomona Jo News comes to your reisrter thut on June the 1st. at Freeiwrt III. Mrs. Edna Hiiinelhageu nine teen years old was shot and kill ed by Herbert E. Spi ugvr, eight teen years old of KocUford 111. The young man chased Mrs. Huinelhagen through the streets and shot her thinking she was ft nothcr woman who had thrown bim over board in love, he was Theljibor troubles which for; some time have existed in France j continue unabated. The govern-1 ment had taken no steps, yet on Ihe first of this month to break i the great seaman's., strike which fias brought French commerce to a stand still. There is a thought that these things should not be, and we believe to other means ought to be resorted to. We be lieve that labor si wild not only organize but consolidate not in a strike but in a co-operative body and establish through their co operative work socialism in all its beauty for it is written. Nthtit pray I far Ibeic ftlon. ul fur ilic m ili lich , ball bellevo on me through' their word. Thut they all my he one; ttou. Failcr. art is rr.e, and 1 lo ther, that they alio may he one Id m: 'that the world muy believe that thon bait ten) me El. John J7-80-Jl.; We gather here this tveniuR. A a FrutTiinl unnd, In love to help rnrtli other Jo KriHiidship givo a hand, hi truth to live together, Atd frya! to the lam; All nirilii to be forgotton, And hurried in the past . Now na our members leavan n. Each on a asperate way, - May they often think of na And not forget to-day ; The i r f ace w i I be abnen t ., Their chkira be vacaut still ; But Life has called them elsewhere Another p!ace to fill. We wish them joy and happiness, In their homes an far away. . That earth choice blessiug may be theirs Till wa meet again some day, Good-bye may 'Heaven's blessing rest . ' Upon our order fair, And may we live so we shall meet ,Iu Ynder land so fair. Written by " ;- Mrs. 19 D. SticLiand. herter landed and disappeared. Green nsks the war depart ment to have the state depart ment make a demand upon" the British" government for the re turn of the "deserter to Fort Reward nnd for tho punishment ftf Hip Mtntnin of the vessel. Tho acting judge said the general, however, has taken the ground that the military has no authority and if an effort is made to punish I the British captain it must be: through the civil aothorltlcs, j who were derelict in the first place In not arresting both the j deserter and the captain if he ! resisted process within torritorla ; 'waters. j TAKE NOTICE Aoy party or parties wishing to ask aoy. qosslioes, tbroagb this paper, npos say ssbject rsligl oosly ' or otherwise shall be treated as a fnend Bat ia so ease wlir the f ditor allow say stanf or elasg psrasss a tarts its dBBss . :i i'h r.'c Carries a complete; line of Drugs (an A Sample Free Any 'grown man or wotnatt who wouldUikev try Pom-peiati- Massage Cream, who wishes to test see how it takes dirt out of the pores how h brightens and dear the complexion, eaa get free sample, with eopy of the celebrated book A Treat ise on Facial llasssge' by calling at our stoic. 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