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... , . ............ : , f THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIV 7, MQVEMBF.R i3,"l92r qilC COLUMBIA-HERALD. Pvblibed Weekly" by Tbe Columbia Herald Company, Inc., J. I. Flu ney, Preldont, W. D. Hastings, ; Secretary and Treasurer v Vntered In tbe Postottlco at Columbia, s Tenn., as second-class mail matter. J. I F I N N IV V..;. .......President RICHARD H. WYATT Editor Ar. D. HASTINGS. , Business Manager . , T .. ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear ...,v $1.25 HU Montlis 7& THE SOLDIER BONUS, j 'jjjjhio hiMpoliiod tbe( ever growing lint of BUltUH WllOI'e HlU people IlllVO k by a largo majority voted a bond is-; wile to pay a bonus to the soldiers of the world war. in, no siiiRlo s'ate,; when? (ho .question has been submit ted to a popular vote have llio people i'el'unod it approval.' In the atfiirotjalo j Noveral Jiuiidrod millions of dollars have been authorized for payment of tlio soldiers, la Ohio each soldier and sallor will receive $1(1 a mouth not to! oxeeed $2r0 and it is estimated that it will require $f,oiio,00(i to meet tho ! payments, ' - No Southern Hlatu has provided a bonus for its soldiers and it will prob ably ho some time before any of them join tho procession. This does not in dicate uny lack of appreciation on the. part of. tho Southern 'people for the ' services of the men who served thoir nation in war. The apparent differ ence between the attitude of the people- of the Southern states and those of the North, Bast and West is largely tho result, no doubt, of the experience of tho civil war. Tho Confederate sol diers not only never received any "bounty or bonus" from the states, ( but they fought practically without compeiiratipii .from the general pov ernmont. Of course their services were never rewarded after the war. ' It Avas not until a quarter of a century alter Appomattox that Tennessee be gan to pay a meagre pension to a com paratively few, of her indigent Confed erate veteran's. In contrast witli the compensation denied the Confederate soldiers and the terrible sacrifices that they were required to make many, of the states of tho. North paid their soldiers a "bounty" when they enlisted and the general government of course paid ".'them for their time and furnished their food and clothing. They have been liberally pensioned since the war. These facts doubtless account for the1 majorities which have been cast, in favor of soldier compensation. On principle The Herald has oppos ed a general bonus to the soldiers, and sailors. It believes in the utmost geii"! erosityt,ttt the men who were' wound ed or injured. The best is not good enough for' them. - A grateful republic cannot do too much for them. But it has' opposed the payment, of a bounty . . or bonus to those who did not receive . wounds: or whose health was not im paired. -A general bonus has always vsavored too much of placing a money value on patriotic devotion to coun try. But this journal must confess that the bonus is coming. Before the present congress expires, despite the warnings of the secretary oT the treas ury and the President a bonus bill is going to bo enacted into law. 'Public sentiment is going to demand it. Tho popular expressions on the issue will liavo a powerful effect on the congress of the United Stales. Perhaps the sua gey lion of Senator McKollar that when the cUibls line llils country by our al lies are funded, as I hey will be in the next ye;ir, tho interest lie used to pay the soldier bonus. Is-tin? best plan of all. II, would not add any burden to the taxpayers and would iinquestionn- bly nia.hu a, powerful sentimental ap peal to the people of the allied nations who would make tho interest pay. inonts. t i , THE POLITICAL GAME. a Senators of the congress of the ' United States should be above narrow, partisan politics. They should lofts late In accordance with the issues and idoaa anil illeals of what is best for " ,tqe ' common country. But unfortu nately this is not .tbe case. All too often our legislators are actuated by purely partisan motives" They -vote as they conceive their political or per sonal interests would be profited. . is was . notably the case In the vote, for tho Keed bonus amendment to the revenue bill. Every democrat .who voted supported tho amendment with two exceptions. Every republ' . can lyit three or four voted against it. ' Now the democrats u.u whole are no wore for' the soldier bonus t'i n t':e republicans. As a mnjter of fact t! Is doubtful ifxa majority of i'Jo fle'ii i , oerattc senators if they were votin--.as responsible legislators, would scp , port the soldier bonus, but they have tio responsibility for govci nment'and 'tfiey voted for an amendment in no way germane to the bill under oonsideia tion r.iuiply to "put the republicans in a hole" us they thought and to be able In the next campaign to utter a .lot of demagogy about their friendship for the soldiers. It is unfortunate that the minority party uses Its power, not to perfect and Improve legislation lint purely for partisan political purposes. The re publicans were of course just as guilty - of. this practice during the Wilson ad ' ministration. They even carried their partisanship Into 'question, affecting SECRETARIES OF STATE. Says tins Nashville Banner: "Mr. Wilson was unfortunate in the selection Of men for secretary of stale. . Kate compelled liim to give Win. J. liryan, the most, unlit, man possible for such a place,, ami, then he devolved its duties ; on ' Robert Lansing, a realy small man , 'whoso sole capacity was some training, in dip- I loniafic usago anilu little knowledge oi international law,., jnsing was really - witliput much persona) force, and .Mr. Wilsto'u took upon --himself almost entirely, ul but tho detail work of the state ollice. The foreign' poli cies were, all of his devising' and he undertook to give them his pe'soinil attention, leaving nothing of conse quence to tho secretary of state." . What' tho Banner says is true, but after all would it have made any dif ference with President Wilson hud lie selected the ablest diplomat the most astute politician and the greatest law yer for his secretary of state?. Hardly, for in any event President ..Wil son would, have been his ' own secretary of state. Ho had a medio ere cabinet, one of the weakest in his tory., because doubtless he looked upon the members of bis cabinet as mere executives to register his will. No one for example would compare the delegation that. Wilson took to Par tus : nation's tclutions i -with '.'foroiifn powers. If only our legislators'could have a higher conception of their du ties and obligations to the people, be Americans first and partisans after ward we should have much better goy eminent, Its expenses would be large ly 'reduced and tho people, would have a larger measure of faith in tholr.pub lie servants. It is the constant play of small, narroXv, partisan . politics, be neath the notice of men who servo as ambassadors of tho sovereign states of this American' Union, that has ut terly disgusted the great, body of the Anieilcan electorate. Tlia't hi-largely" . the reason why lhoreis a lack of faith in the integrity of public servants anil an ever decreasing interest: in the political Issues of tho day. ed." can triumph over hlwtigimd.ag-j MCTDia grcssivo" personality. It'wlll In a wayj determine whether, if ever in oui'.deni-15 ocrallc . system tho people will evorjjj make a choice, no matter how good Ijfp it might bo unless they are M, 1H-''"'3! made 1 ")i driven to do so. to v- - - - ;- - HP LU M B I A'SLw- AMERICA'S PROPOSALS." j Secretary lfitgtiesj'doservcs the giat- i it.udo and praise of every American . citizen Tor it Is bold; sincere anil cou-J creto proposal for naval disarmament j tide to the great arms conference. No uatloii can better afford to he goner-j ous than America especially on naval i armaments. it enjoys a slrat'cgfe pn'-l sition tlftit no nation in tho coiiforetuse possesses. In case of war! it, would not be dopendeiit on its liavy to tH extent that-others , powers, ' not Helf supporting would be. Nevertheless it is n great achieve meiit for genuino poaee win n this na tion wholly without territorial iimbi j lion, with no scllish interests to t;erve, sets the magnificent. example (hat Scoj relary Hughes has outlined. It i-j iiiirus concrete proposals and nut thej glittering gcnej-alil.ios that in the pasti have 'boon so characteristic, of similar) eonlerciue u Wo aro to niako any real progress. Not. only is the world being crushed under the ciunnoii3 weight (if aiuia ments, but they cons.Ulute a standing menace to the future peace and securi ty Df the human race. Preparedness tot's aid. prevent .war. ry it. oustratod tljat when Europe bacomos a vast armed camp, 'ar sooner or later, is bound to come. There' never was a baser lie than that .which (bK clares that the way to peace lies through bristling cannon and great navies. One erf the Jirst International agreements ever made for the. limita tion of armaments was 'that of more 'ban a century ago between the Amer ican, and English governments con cerning tbe great lakes that divide' thitt country and Canada. As u. re suit of that agreement three thous and miles of international boundary luife been without a single foiUlica- lkBlG DEPARTMENT 5T0RaJJ ' Cash Purchases ; ( iu utrmuntni aioiu. k, , Trade :, The MeFr- Ctglgtigsj .-"4 ' Wpnartrnftiit 'Tllird -FlffidF I On the contnt- has been again and again ileni- is with Hughes and Root and Under wood and Lodge. It is very often the tion or fi'owning gun and perfect peace like misfortune of truly great men Wilson, that they will surround them selves with very ordinary men. This is due to their confidence in their own ability. Harding does not com pare with Wilson in ability or states craft, but forteinately he . recognizes his limitations and seeks to overcome them in the quality of hien he has se lected to administer the affairs of tin. nation. His cabinet is not-the' great est in tho history of the republic, but it is doubtless above the average. The Herald will not settle the age old controversy us to whether, or not the country is better off with an average presideut surrounded ".by its ablest public servants or with its foremost citizen as the executive sur rounded by modiocro men. ft is sim ply stating a fact, however, to remark that the nation has general-' hint, the average citizen as president. ..There have been few Wushingtons, JelTer sonsj Jacksons, Lincoln and Wilsons. has been maintained for more than a century. ' " If the British government accepts the American proposals, as there isa eveiy reason to believe that it will, jjj then the purposes for which the con-ig 'erem e was summoned will be achiev-lg id.- Whenever, tho great English Ja speaking nape-US of the world agree?; a Upon a policy that policy-must Uoml-j-nato the affairs of all the nations. j H When a genuine reduction has been j jg achieved in naval armaments based j-5 on the American proposals', the confer-1 Jjnce must turn its attention to hind disarmament. As long as: Europe is! an armed camp with some millions of j men constantly under anus not only will ik'aee be threatened but there can bo 110 economic, recovery in the world. ?ationas aro going deeper and deeper In debt, hastening ever, onward to ul timate national ' bankruptcy be cause they are exceeding their budg ets in order to maintain great, armies. While this condition continues it is certain that them can be no real re covery from tho destruction ,, of the war. ', That is a factor that vitally at reels America. ,, Us present iiimnciil iiepre:-!-lt ii is largely duo to the los ing)!' the world markets to its sur plus products. Bankrupt nations are at bciit poor, customers. Columbid 1 .7a ' -f ' "i ; f i More and more people are going home every day - satisfied and a booster for ever for Columbia is " a trade center. A ! r A majority of these people go home boosting Columbia's Big Depart ment store as the value center. . Every department of this big store and there are 25 or more will give you "Trade Coupons" on every dollar cash pur chase. ' . Trade Coupons On All Accounts Paid. ; Some One Is Taking Borne $25.09 V-.. Gold Everj Day. . Mow Open! Tho wonderful department of pretty things. Showing a great display of practical toys for-boys and girls, and hun dreds of useful gift things for grown-up Dolls, books and everything. A visii to this department is expected from you. Bring the kiddies. A Large Section Nof Our Third Floor Devoted to This "Gift Shop" Ladies tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses at Extraordinary Savings ; Great Display Of A wonderful line of new coats especially priced for Trade-In-Cciumbia-Week at $19.90 to $49.75 Suits Reduced Every Tailored Suit in our stock has been renuced for Ti ade-ln-Columbia-Week. Wo men needing a suit. can certainly pick up a great value this week Dresses Reduced Two Specials for Saturday Drcssys a our stock ,.$9.90 Dresses of , Tricotino, 427,99 fepeoial lot ol clean-up of values up to $1-J.'JU. Special lot of Cautou Crepe etc. .Values, up to $i 5.00. GREAT REDUCTIONS . OF WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR TRADE IN COLUMBIA WEEK One Ut of $1.00 Navy, Uruwii ' iind 151a-U no inch Tricotino, ut'T. ...... One lot of N'avy and Brown Vclour Brotfdvvay, Clotk, f2.50 at 'Om; t;ililo of odds and ends "of Wool Dress (ioods, va'ues up to $;;.iu -...'.'.1.75 One lot of all wool Storm Serge, at , ...... ,.....S5 Or.o, lot 2V inch Velveteen, all colors ...... ;.Jpl.75 40 inch Chiffon Velvet in Navy, lirown and Taupe, at GREAT REDUCTIONS OF ALL BED pOVERING RIGHT AT - THE TIME YOU NEED IT MOST ' J , One lot of J,i Wool i'laid l!lank-' ets last season f!).00, quality, today $5.00 Ono lot of blue I'laid Wool . Blanket, last heas'm $10.0;) ' (juaiity ..'....$5.95'. Ohe lot Bed and Orey SI ripe Wool Nap Blanket.. $3.0 5) Ono lot .of "heavy Grey and White Colon Blaiiket8$2.i5i5 One lot Grey "Soldier Blankets". ... 1 an - " ' ' : t' ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MEN'S, . WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES One special lot of Men's f 1.00 Work Shoes in" Tan.; ,: and i Black .. .,.... $2.00 One lot of Ladieti' Jo.OO liiul : ?G.OO high Shoes to close out : i"ick .-$2.00 Ono lot of Boys' $1.00 Button -Shoes ...... ... ...$2.00 SOME - TABLE SPECIAL DAMASK; THINGS IN Three, special prices of" Mer cerized Damask, ' at . 50, 75 '$1.00 " Two special prices ol. hemined Mercerized Napkins, 10v 10- Cue scfedal'.lot of ISxSfi .'Cotton - Buck Towrls ....... . -i'.lO'' One tukle of 25c plaid;' tBng ' .hams? S, t;toi kf' c'.ean up 15 Cne lot of 3 11). Olympia Cotton Eats; one hat largo enough for comfort ...... ..$1.00 ; 4 IF YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD, IT'S SO 1 1 i CZSaOS 5 1 S I 1 1 I GEES e. e.., native land? Will we preserve the sa jtvutl Meals for Avhlcii they entered the trife?- " " ,' These aie fjuestions upon Which to bonder on this the anniversary of the cassation of hostilities. Only by a re (Icdiftiticn of ourselves to the princi- j,pl(!8"iul idoalH that actuated our na- rum and it-s soi'Heir, anil sailors in in the hospital:' Vould be iTiade 1,1 Xo hetler resolution 1 ; 1 1 to u ! I fto words of , liln-oii : fli.il those'"dt' 111 (;ii-u. Hi'.fiiy ' Aniei ic;iu shoti.'d )u-;iy todiiy i'i;:' a neon sec rat ion In the liif-Mi ideal) and principled vliicli ave this repub lic., its birth. They should resolve that liny will .so live that tiiej' will he wor thy of the plnrious herilaue Isoquu:: th- ed to theia !' th u ho carved thi.i repuhlie out f .the wilderness and wiio liavo defended from every foe, foreign and domes tic. If we do Hi is, eut ch a vision of to ' Bet JIM 'ill' shall hic,hy, resolve 'not, have died THE PRIMARY. Except for the j ennirkaldo race, un dor all (Vircunistauw-a, that Andrew B. ICwing lniide' J'or! Ske'rllT, the clcct'on result Saturday Msro Hot uueApe' iuJ. had liei-n j;eiiera!ly conceded that 'utliey aud Jackson would he the lead :a for tnistee and Orr's noinination over-Capt. Kiij;lish lor comity court clerk was generally forecast. Oilhert M. Ore will make a cajialili', aceoiiiuioilatiii; and oldi;;in5 .comity court clerk. n(. has-ahilHy and inleg- it V and his nomination rellects cred it 011 tji'e iletuocratic party, lie in the more deservini'; of eon;;ratul:ilionii ho c iiiie lie defeated one of the alr-nnrjefei diMuoinils ol' the county, ('apt, Ku Ihdi de:erved well of his people. He has made a valiHihle' public .."servant and the very treat vote that he. ro eiv ed, anions those y. ho know him best is eloquent proor of hi hold upon .his neighbors.- . . , .,, . ... Both .lacksou und.Cutliey.ire soon men and true. . One or tho other will bo ho next trustee of Mamry comity. They deserve tho coulidence which their neighbors expressed in them in the voto last Saturday, K wing's retnarkablo vote for sheriff was a tribute of tho voters to an ideal. Comparatively Tew of those who voted for him knew him -personally, hut the ...!. j.ing w.is 1 Bi.uo uiiu e ne hum nimuio u isi-;, uiieli. the county primary connn t me uue hianuaru nearer of the forees ! ali;:e accurately just what peato did 'iho niit'm..trt ;-r that the poll tax renuirement was not observed. The primary committee in its funnel notice of the election pro posed to call it under the prima ry act of 1!)01. Now' ono of the p:ovi sions of tills act is that 110 poll lax qualilication shall be required. Yet in .the face of that fact such a qiialilica tion was written into the rules ami that stupendous cynllicl can we prove 1 regulations of the primary. As'.j'eii iuirscl Ves -worUiy of Hie offerjni; made j erah.Y condm led in Tennessee the iit i- rii;lhe batliclic'ds, in the (lamps and i mary election is l ir?;cly a farco. In , , A I'I M I SiT I C E DAY. Three years a so the unii; th.it hail hamiiiered .away for four and a ic-r-virus en the western front were .iiilf need and a war wuary people -tt-ioyed the bb'ssjuj; - of peace.' The ideal of human liberty mid. universal ; freedom had triumphed, over II1.1I cfj force and autocracy." Christ fan civil-: iy.ation, that more than once durinr, those awful four years, had lift 113 by j a thread, was saved. .'Arniistico Dayj will always . be ono. of tho, even Is t.f ; tho world, a nulo-, stone in the pro-j !V ens 4d' limium klml; --it marks tia-! hour of its deliverance from the vreal-! est menace of modern times. It, should I always be appropriately celebrated, j It takes rank with the Boui th of Ju'y, the day 011 which America's ideal of!. what our' duty to the country and libertv Wiis heralded Id the world 'our neiSllDors Kllolhd tie, t hen indeed, cbservf 11 01 iierw 1 a nay ol lr.'ht jiiiim uce tti vonn . -. . . . . ce ihiv portion ef the civiljr.ed world had suf - lore (I and s:icriliced upon no vast, a 1 .POLL TAX FARCE. scale mat we aro slill-unauie lo visa-;, When fbe ENFORCEMENT 0F LftW IS URGED BY JUDGE IN CHARGE criminal who resists to the limit of the aw, can bo punished, twelve members the grand jury, 'twelve members of the trial jury, iho.ftrial judge and at. least three supreme judges; twenty eight persons in hi. must, believe .In his guilt, and concur in his Conviction, and tie may then apply to the governor for pardon, "The comity qourt in theelectiou of JUDGE 'TURNER CALLS FOR THE '-' 'uniuiissioners, the .'i.etiou of inefe m Bciecriiig c uiremem me wort Mamy comity there is really little oc casion for one. Tim term "Known white 'democrat-' was stretched ; ';; ; primary lo'inoan all white nu-n ,or wo-j irteti rer;anlless of their nntmn.-ij. li.'.l'.i j lions.'-- It would be belter to Call u j whito primary and make the restiic j lions apply more equally all oxer thej county. ' j V.'bile it youhl have been lu t t( r not j to have required a poll tax qualilica 1 men and women U'ou ainco it ha:.; been made a . p:irt 1 CO-OPERATION OF CITIZENSHIP !N THIS TASK. - I " . ' .!:is.. Jury as 'vuiiber 1 'J'tteHxTay'si Baily Ili'TaJd.; : -'i urr.er-iii (harsim'. I lie -tr;:iid ;na ii4 xvo-k for the No indeed t most vi;;- eiifon o iL hi term crm xy an indeed 11 1 Sja'akiug of KVw orous oru, menl.-.ludie Tinner wiid : "Imrii.f; the past months we have bin n hearing aaij read in.!; a great ilea' about law en foremen I,. Sometimes this conies in stub a form as to 1 ol the rales for the primary it shoul 1 1... ... Saturday. Moreover- only "known I ""'h rstsud the re.at nature ol our K.v- ernnKMit. and institutions, onie si em r ....;,.t ,( 1 t'MXl fiiai iiossiiiiy many do not. 1 uny xvhite democrats vote. The rules should be allowed to Si uhl be uniformly ' 10 miiiK-ui.n our omcers uro nivesiou i - say tUis ur lurtlier impress upon 1 here will be -crave ' iui mn.u iu-i! tnai uif . y;,u, ine necesiaiy 01 your eii"oni i;- of the voter.!. The ! w.1'"1" burden of laxv eiiforxenienl is on ,'m, every citizen W assi-.it you and to- thoir shoiiblers. , peiati;;,; p.ith you in llio onforceuaMit "Wo forgot tliut our constitution In-- j c;s iiniai.cn for bv -observance aloir; pins with, Ve, tho people' - ami that , -.vit'i tlmt "i l.i-,v enforcement. Tim tho prim ipb-H tlneiu expressed are tnactmciit in the last few years ol embodied in our laws. Wo" naturally j many new laws anil an unusual preva- expeet it to be so when v.e reflect that j prior to tho Declaration of indep nd-j nece and the adopt ion of the oiisti tut.ioii. our fol-el'al hers sullt-red peat-; lv in body and mind from laxvs, with kit the sheriff am! other officer b all play a neseisry and important part in the ......A.....;.,..., ,-,1 Ni... 1 I ' The com ts ai e institutions of ! vvbieh the people ou rd 1 1 to make use , in pro! j'-uthic crijpjual;?. .: j "lu an off oil to ecoiiouiie 'in the aduenist isl.'.iin of t!io law, 'he sheriff ! f'b't It's deputicri- cofBive iiothiiq; for !a l.ir;:e pait of tire work done, their i fees dep'Miding' in many .instances. r.iioii tiie cuuvii lion of tho party c-liar'- Ut fund is provided for Keneral inveMjinn and detective work, ami v. !;;;teer is done r-.lMiK this line, is at the (xpenti! of the of'icor. Oreat sacrilicos preceded Avinis- '""I Armistice Day In; 1. 1.. ...... tnfifl ,T l,ri,f ft. ,m nn,l li Till tlw, -....l lln:-!ilfl isr 1 Iwri'lfirf. iti " fn"l KVlnnilliv 11 laiuo oui uiivi u Kiif-e; "" . ..j v ..v. .o v. .... v.. v. ..un i. ... v .... - .v ...j... ...... wjth tho county committee in Its ap peal for the strict observance of thej rules that believe in the exact partial exechticn of tho laxv. imrliatos the .tre'niendoiiH streimth of a r.reat uiiorf,anh.od force that is lim vim oil that the sai'ety of our repuliic. .les, alono In its enfon einent of it poil taxes a fair imd i"'- cost tJio nations that participated in i-S,, A.reentKiif. in' vol in- in h,,, ,.,.,., ,t His vote : that, titanic Ktrnpglo. .Peaco ca me H;o Vailed denfoi rat'c'. -nrimarv. . Th-: only after men had bleil and dim! and m,jj-aj,( protested that it was an mil'air women had t ulTered aud wep.t 1n such jang. illegal qualificalion to impose cn nambera as lo staler tho niiinl. Mrod.j'thc voters., T'nl'air bipuiso it. would igies of valor were performed. by.Um;0t be enforced in all the. tiroeiiirts f laxvs. whether llioso Lws be popular or ; gn-atost armies tho-world ever asit i.therxvise. EwIhr's voto xas not per sonal to him. He had no organization. no imms nor worKers. Liut; nirn mid j ten by tha armies of the ul'Ied world, woiiuu saw in him (he embodiment cf Now why uli this welter of blued, their lonfting for strict law enforc?- ' this destruction f the uccumulatpd hient in Maury county and they votl ! treasures of the -eiituries; this uccordingly. His opponent is one of the most likeable men in tho county. He has an asm-able personality. Ho ia just us 'much "hail fellow, well met the county. Thai prediction lias been men., ixew cnapters un neroisni un i 01 ui,m!anliy vcrilie.l In many of the utter (iisri-Ua id for iloalh xvere wr t : vniin"- ni:n-i. ,r iiw nmniv' . .,n..n. liou whatever vvas paid to tfio iwdl tax qualification. Beeeipts" were not ask ed' for or shown. Hundreds of men Lvoljfid in the eocnty who had not more .than sixty days before the election jiaid their poll ;axes. The require- scourge of famine' and pestilence that ever folloxv in the xvake of war If the ideals for whic h men f outfit uml ,i,nt was openly, flagrantly ami" nota Ulod and women sacril'u ed their all Lirionslv vtcinfmi u u ;,) iw in ueu ne is noi a eanauiale as when bo not preserved will not the Fpii its ;.ortm pn-cincts where 'the' ofneers in a ruco. rie is an auroit and ton suniate politician. friends arc loy al and aggresive. He has behind him a good record as sheriff. It will be interesting to nee whether in next Sat urday's final contest an ideal, wholly impersonal and altojiether nnbijian- HAGEY IS GRATEFUL FOB LOYAL SUPPORT THANKS FRIENDS WHO STOOD BY HIM IN HIS FIGHT FOR COUNTY TRUSTEE. eney of a spirit of lawlessness, bus multiplied criminal oft'ens-s. In the federal courts pending crimiy;il in 'iicltnetiifi increased from about ten taeiis-piirl .ri 1012 to over ov nly ! and ! and I ai.i grateful tu bollP the l idiei i,rnt'-ni ri who supported ne." 01 uie imnionui Head memsulves use ln;rI0 ;, rrrrt enforce the rules of in protest? Are we the. living, the ben ; the primary the oerrons denied u vole dietaries of the sacrifices and siiMer- jlmim :diatt-ly hiistled then-feives into a inS oi ne ueau, me woutitlou un-l the j car nnd went t j another preciadj . bleeding, both nnn and women, i or- where "the officers were more obil'in?) Tbe bill of the Albatross is a pale v.- "iiiTius mai mey mine uml they were permitted to vote. pink loUr, loading to te'.lorv at the upon the altar of human freedom :lnd 1. Am a matter of fart it i well known ! tin .. - . .... , nan freedom :lml J, 7 L tlie niakin;; and administration of Mbcusar.d in 121 . and while I lmxe im which they had nothing to do. ' They ' -ds'lnUc Etalidticii,. I presunie the in fouxfct in 177") to be free from taicb uni t reace in the state courts has been as imperial system. Tho) v ho ordain-, f : r t. The report;; of casualty com ed Mid eslablisiieil our constitution j panics thO-.v that ' losses from bur- - : ' i and goveriiinent xvero in no framo of j j!ui ica have increased ten fohh and tl-'rom Tuesday's) Daily Herald.) j mind to :il-t unlimited power on any ; troni tnVa iAvn.i nts tixo fold. "I jdft want to say that I have no j t no. 1 cil your attention to this to! "Tha ten ft:: aro KMu-Tlirg imder tin wre tses' as the result of my defeat impress upon yon how important it I burden end are doin- more work th.m SaUirday's democratic to se;:ti;- the co-operation of every 4 it- j heretofore.- Kvery -fiorV shouid be ,z,'n- J tirade to -encour;a;e law olmerruuci. "Kvery ori'mer .should with bis u.t ;anl a Kcnoral respect for all law. ami most energy, ability and fidelity,, per-! yea ns grand Jurors should make cv form every duty imposed upon himj-ery cnt to discover violators of the and strive to uifors.. ami sei ure th"l3.v and seet-ro prompt and pre i observance of the law. His failure p-.iishni' n?." ' lo do 'tliis woul l impede the" adminis-! i .. lrl rf ''-'rtH and jrreatly bin-! mnhrs luy,, iM.a ki.,.n to u - der tie-..tfon enint of tlie law. How-jpig .arcasss n w (,, ,,,,,,,,,1 ever faitbful en officer may be, he ill j whif-ky arrow the Canadian border need tffo help of others. iWore a ' into the United States. -' s ' " i ' , . ' ..,-.' ... for trustee in primary," said Joe U Ikiey today. Ccrrtinmng be said, '! most certainly a; pn ciatc tiij loyalty of my friends in all sections tf the county they sto'Kl with n;0 uU tho way thro!i';h.