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PE R PE TU A L"lt)Ü T H
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by C h r i s t o p h e r G H a z a r d
UPHOLDS PRIDE OF E ffA I RACE
tA lv*f from the uolebook of U m A. to rank with thw *>fl Contemptible*
Dover. assistant ta Phtltir Norton, act of eternal fame and glory, who halted
lac director of the Rgr^Un dirts ton of j the onrush of the. German legions in
the American Committee on i'ubilg In -. France
formation, with the A. K. F..'SlherU.
It Is tbq storjc-of the lit:tie of Sa»-
In 1914-1919, until the force* were re Ignia. In the \AtQgostOs district fn
called by the government. The fact* August. 19U. ,—
ta tht* story Illustrate the spirit e f 1 Americana Arrive^ Eager for Action
our race and how It conquer* or die*
The first American troop* arriving
on the far-flung battla lines.)
at Yladlvoatok were the 2 ?th lnfautry.
Wishing A ll of-Our New and Old
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Don't Forget Our
JA N U A RY CLEARAN CE SALE
Opens on January 2nd
on August IS, ISIS, from Mantle. The
ISTORY will record, In a brilliant
Slat infantry arrived on August 21
chapter, the fact that the splendid On September 2 Major-General Will
old Diehard* of the JIM diene* "phan- iam S. Graves sueiv.il with replace-
tojn" regiment of English veteran*, t ment troops. * Ambulance company
numbering about 500 fighting men N a 4 and fteldtarspltal company No.
nearly all invalids and cripple* fronv,. 4 aigived on ^ R e m b e r 14, On Sep
Prance, rushed 1 to Siberia for emer tember 29 came the evacuation hoe pi
gency service in August. 191S, deserve tal No. 17 with !feag#ry nurse*, a lO0t>-
bed hpepttal and several thousand j
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troop*. Reinforcement* arrived on Oc
These dates t t e given lo show that j
the Americana, eager for servlc*. ar
rived. unfortunately, too late to take
r p l M E to be ever young, b b o r t «gan
part in the only real battle in Siberia
A W ith «very year, and thus he flaunts
—the bloody engagement with the
W ere h r incarnate once alone, sure then
H a evidently would be old. in truth.
fought by abdht 12.000 lapanese
troops under General Oi and the D ie-)
T h us is he envious, yet all his frost
hards or old M i d d l e * . “ phantoms,
But pales the crimson banner o f the r o j ^
so named because they really, were
laugfri upon his spiteful labor lost. ™
Invalids, recovering from wounds and
Renewed in fragrances vhet\ winter g o o ^ n
idsease. but full of valiant energy.
General Oi wa* field commande^
He had one toll regiment of field a r
tillery. wireless and airplanes. Tour
scout "machines and two bombing:
I d heaven, and from its glorious h og fa * tb r
machines for reconnoissance .and a r -.
W ill twinkle down and smile at him agaSO
tillery range. The English Diehards.
Who had Insisted on taking part i n . |
tie right wTIfli the Reds, had their!
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crushed, the mother horribly wounded,
rifles and side arms, four three inch rlTg] holding a commanding.'posit ton , delight the souls i t the Samurai.
leg torn off. A wanton Bolshevik bad
naval guns and two six-inch seise in the woods on a hill a mile and a
Said a British oifxtr:
a grenade Into their hut. kill
We Wish You All i guns, whlrh they had managed to con h&ff from the railroad station, Savlg fine sight, bellevwdhe. to ses^those hurled
(nB the father.
vey to the battle scene from the nla— not spelled that way, but so pro- ■ bloody llttl# blighters go—standing up cou|<)
Happy *nd Prosperous
be multiplied, forming a chap-
ter of horrors and such are the Bol
Yankee cruiser Brooklyn in Vladlvos-
The Bolshevikl had a cover of thin . thoi* d*v,l#
. . . . . shevihl — the tools of Lenin and
tok harbor symholj of Anglo-Amerl , woodg These were two revises e n d 1 Several thousand Reds war* killed Trotlky_ , h# mogt lo.thaome mon.
I can sea power.
! * narrow valley. Knowing the quel and aboat 1<,0*0 fell In the district gteri 0f moj ern t|mgg
Coming" Is Flashed ;ty 0f (¿nglisb valor. General OI placed | within three . dej^* Tl*e J»P“ ne**
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\ ■ ;.| rfdleygx mqn Bp.tto dIFect ftfnV , TO^od.Ui**n. jfjsMkrif fctlUop lair^j
♦ m "fh ra n triH H
e d did
id not order'tluuuifil
ordeC th rn n /y hold It
it. but ‘ and drive
th e W
H T sh
e o li hi
Iknelant iodU lfet M nlofs am<Ag hi*
under Colonel Morrow,, 4.000 men JR (**14 afterward he knew they would Thousands of Bolshevikl rifles and bere In free America, would glorify
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out pellmell after the Bolshevikl, a llfd o it. The Japanese infantry held the
hoping to reach the front in time fur i right flank, and a strong force of car-
! airy was concealed in the bush on the
Hats ~ Gaps ~ Cuff Links
. “ Th#, Yanks ,are c o m p g !” was the j left.
Mufflers - Suits,
message flashed by radio to the grim I Thus the forces were arrayed for
Diehards, who were with the Japan battle. The leaden skies and the swet-
] ese. The march o f the- 27th was an tering heat, the presence o f ths death
| e p ic ' in itself—but that's another angels eager for spoils, only Increased
the battle fury of the Diehard*. Every
| i General OI is a famous strategist man was*eager to be “ up and at
} ! He outmaneuvred. the Red commas' them.“ The Japanese moved with raa-
| i ders. whq had about 20,000 men. most- chfne-like precision—grim, first-class
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4 . ly conscript peasants, supplied with soldiers. Volley -firing from the hill
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J I artillery an«F, by reason of early ar »Op. the thnnder rumble o f cannon
and the defiant howling o f the Reds
General .Oi sent forward a wave of
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Jai-anese Infantry, only to be badly
shot up and forced to retreat.
English Calmly Refuse to Retreat
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J • “ DO' not fire a shot until the order
* 1 Is given," was General Oi s command
! to. th; English, which made them
I sorer still. Their deep oaths of pro-
1 test and discontent were character
istic. Presently General OI sent the
I British an order to fall back
' the railroad station; in other words, to
I A rahn refusal was given.
English would die, their officers sain,
| but never^ would turn their backs
| upon ^he "carrion Bolshevikl.”
I General OI, at Ills headquarters on
| the right flank, smiled grimly Again
! he sent the order. It was as prompt-
t iy refused. "W e mutiny." was the
j-reilyA with a crisp British soldier
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1 opinion o f the order.
Reds and the Browns in hsll
first, they said. Then the Diehards
made ready to chargo -000 against
other equipment were thrown by t
. onscripts Into the Ussuri river,
Curse*I Praisee Diehards fsr Victory
h e . a n d
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America should deport Bolshevik
(General CM praised the Ihehards for i
i—ki.i. 1 advocate* to Siberia and turn them
their share In the strategy .which
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bou gh t the easy rlqt^ y Afterward*. " " l° *h* ^ o p t 'k y t r ib c wild.
also, when trfder, w J e given to Eng-
* ho Pr« U e e -phy.lcal flagel-
, i tatlon and who aim to exterminate the
lisb troops, pnlnx vrere taken to be
I human race.
plain and explldt, hnd ever hereafter
the Orient will remember that the!
Anglo-Saxons, In glast ditch eraer-jEEkJ DECLARED TO
BE NOMD AGAINST
grades on the f i r flung battle line,
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m i K l t . IIIU IlT illt
race, know not tta> meaning o f re-'
treat nr surrender, but always know
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how to die.
'( a l ) - The Elk* are solidly arrayed
The Yanks of the 27th. dashing up against the Ku Klux Klan. Charles A.
afterward, were rere on finding the Grmkclow. exalted ruler of Phlladel-
“ fun" all over and the Red* all gone— phla lodge, announced In an address
The woods ( at a testimonial dinner In Atlantic
except the dead ones
were full of dead meo. swollen htg Ctty lodge.
“The day Is fast approaching when
as barrel*, wrapped up like mum
Sergeant' Ward found three Americans will be forced to take a
with their hands- tied behind them derided stand against the Ku Klux
and their throats cu t "Gee. fellows." Klan,” he said, “and Elkdom will be
he exclaimed, ' “seq what the Japan- lined up solidly against that organis
skies do th them-Athelr cans nearly ation.'
chopped off.” •
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“ God delay the day when American-
Spirit of Yank& Troops—Two Types j l*m ha* to be darkened and shrouded.
Pitching camp ytat night, a very | Clean and upright men do not need
young Yankee soldier stumbled upon , shroud*. There Is not an organisation
a dead Rad, half bdrled, feet.snd face ¡In the United Stale* that will play as
out, grinning at tht harvest moon. It Important part as will the fE|J(* In the
£0 lo c k e d the bdf that. In nervous ¡ coming Issue.”
agony,’ he broke dawn and wspt like
a child. Silt Haskell, a comrade, old
The above lying dispatch appeared
campaigner, comforted the boy and la the Portland Telegram of Dec. 2*.
burled the Bolshevik. Placing hia own One <>KAK(J.O)V, by name, evidently
poncho 0 over the grave he eamped
camped some alien from (he slams of Earope,
upon it jt all
g(| night. .-Don't
“ DorPt worry, kid,” : matter* an Imprecation against the
Ne gald . n|
0 |ghevik great Klan and the redneck press
I'll hold th(g
thla » Bolshevik
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1 a»ter the Czechs found 15 Bolshev-1 scatters It by lightning as news of
General Admires Grit, and Explains ¡ks hanging around the troop trains, Importance.
This iimeT the observers said after aBif TuT> rrbgate'T rhehi.; Tim tfXBchL Ctrstrlow, of caarse, I, nobody. Ho
warci. General OI .mjled and laughed leadqr made a significant motion o l ha, im right to speak for the great
aloud; then s'-nt. hi. third request lo thr t cutting T . « spies were stolid, Elks lodge, thoa«aad« of whose n ew -
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r-tire, together with an explanation -'ll. t, sullen, and looked like semi - 1 hers will kaek up this statement, by
of his strategy. He figured'on fooling 1*1 ifSt
hot at tea yards, they whirled word and art. fJruhrlow Is merely
the Reda into believing that the Mid- juuIihU doad.
¡a member of a Philadelphia lodge. He
dlenex Diehards the flower of Eng-
In u lensporar . honpltal at Havlgula 1 1* undoubtedly a “ hi ," and has the
llsh ehivairy and valor - were giving ststfoh, wore gllou 40 woundeil Japan- ] nerve In complain of
I J.efpre their"“ o n s l a u g h t s , 1 • Not oho gm f lalned, nor groaned. Hie “ KG“ " outfit uses the Jet-black
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*■„ I i which
| would mean tor them, porliapu. They lay there In 'he bloddy sawdust, abroad as Its formal regalia. Let any
I j the vtetpry and an ustonl hinfe now wouUdkd side Up iradiog ttfemielve* I f dure deny this and we will prove
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I j ont-e. Instantly the "phantoms" fpJT action. The Run- ians also afe good \ The redneck Kvmuns have been
j back, in eamouflagi* disorder.
The fighters, wlnn well tod.
(•«(riving for years, by their borlag.ln
liti .Nixtli hL Neaf- A -tor
I 1 Reds set up a thunderous roar of jubll- Composite Picture of th F Bolshevik methods, to eaptare the Elks sail to
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I atlon and swarined out after them.t The Yanks loo ad many ghastly its« It for their own un-American de-
l General OI let them swarm, anil, ar sighi«, evidences of Bolshevik Irostial- j sign*, bat they have failed. In some
* ( lhe_ «tragic: place and moment, ilk- Ity aud cruelty/ Two nxampl««: ^ ^ p la res, where rednecks predomlaate,
| Japauese cavalry, ion th-lr mi l e Kijt* Ja u u r e soldier, who had been Ho- Elks Jodgr Is kaqwa as an aaxll-
Smoke “RUMMY” Cigars
4 caa ponies, dashed from their covey wotma-d umf Captifed, was sklnn.-d' lafy lo fhe “ KG,“ hut I ha EUs organ*
1U O n '* and Two for a Quarter
1 of bruvh on the left, cut o ff the did- «live, his eyes gouged out. He 'was j Itatlon, as a whole, remains patriolh-
ordared enemy aad- sl st af a boat 'qi dying, kmillnglv, wlthotrt laiwplatut and loyal to American principle«,
th'-m with the sabre quick action, A pea rant woman was found with a If you don't belief« these are facts,"
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lightning *wift and deadly work—to babe at -bread, the child's back a«k any true Elk.
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