Hsturdny Nov. 4, 1010 TH E F A L L S C IT Y NEWS. A PREDICTION. MISS ALMEDA J. FULLER CHARLES EVANS HUGHES Republican Nominee for School Superintendent For Polk County A crons in the* space opposite the name o f M i»« Aim ed» J. Fuller for School Superintendent means u vote for Busi- ;; nesslike methods good schools and faithful service. • VOTE X 61 . ( Paid A d v.) VOTE X 57 A. V. R. SNYDER COUNTY TREASURER R EP U B LIC AN N O M IN EE FOR O F P O LK COUNTY (Pd Ad ver. ) No Combination of Reading Like it and A ll F o r Issues of ^ IE YOUTHS COMPANION The Youth’s Companio firjUUefimj/y faronty *2iS and |2 Issue« of L $ 2 -io 52 ISSUES The favorite family weekly of An«erlca 12 Great Serial« or Group* in 11*17. nr.d 250 Short Stories, a thousand Arib ics and SuHge»tiona. a thou »and I 'unnv- lama. Special Pages for aU agea. > M'CALL'S MAGAZINB A P I l " " * IV DrenHettrm . Æ , McCall’s Magazr 12 ISSUES AND A DRDS fATTET.N The Fashion AUTIIOK1TV (c! by millions of American women will get the 12 montlity <• u* McCall's, making not mneiv 'C partment" but a fasluon u ir g i«. every month of 1917. iMiiet and IS :. (P McColl Drei« P «t t i m fo r . . . ’ a *j «•nd $1 1 8 <r rp r*»» <*r P 0 M -iw - Uie p «. Ilal»*r3 of tU* p * t . r t.i *. UU Ofin spears w: *« i 2 t Y O UT H ’S COMPANION for SI weeks, and the 1S17 It t •. v. Otter is to tuw Youth »Companion subscriber» only ) M A G A Z IN C r w y rnonth on* year; also choice o ' McCall Draa» Pattern FREE for 2 cents extra to cover niadim: TH E YO U TH ’ S COMPANION. St Paul St.. BOSTON. M A S S A O P Political Jottings :: - H -HH - H - l-H -l- l-l-l-l-H -l11- ¡■¡■■¡■■l- l The Houilon Post reasons that H was easier for lla own beloved l4moe- racy to Indorse the president^ Mexican policy than to define it. While he was about it Senator James Hamilton Lewla also might hsve ex plained that the Rome that was "too proud to fight" died a rather disastrous death. “ In all fairness." asks the Boston Transcript, "shouldn't the expense of financing Carranza be borne b.v the Itemoeratlc campaign committee?" G E T YO U R BUTTER W RAPPERS P R IN T E D A T T H IS Democrats really haven't any objec lion to big appropriations for army and navy and internal Improvements. They expect the Republicans to rustle the revenue to foot the bills for the next four years. O F F IC E . Hughes says be would like six months to Investigate the administra tion. but the administration figures he's doing very well as it is. Tea. and the same policies that have filled Judge Hughes and others with "a deep aense of shame" have sent many other Americans to their graves. The president haa changed his mind about sending more troops to the bor der. thus running true to form When Tom Taggart talks economy to them It Is time the Democrats stopped their extravngance. The Hughes smile Is beginning to at tract favorable attention. President Entertains Five Progres sives. — Headline Others he simply amuses. Democratic papora chide Hughes be cause he says he is "100 per cent a candidate." The Wilson papers natur ally prefer a fifty-fifty candidate. The president says he haa no interest in any political party "except as an In atrument of achievement." I f that's It then how did he happen to select such a poor Instrument as the Demo- cratic party? Carranza Isn't a candidate for presi dent o f the United States, hut he did more for American preparedness In three weeks than Woodrow Wilson did In three years. Krm Ytrl It* aie# j CARRANZA (TO UNCLE SAM): “ GIDDAPI” Another thing you never hear of since the Democrats reduced the cost o f living Is the "baker's dozen.” Camilles living In the rural districts where mail service has been curtailed will be interested in knowing that Postmaster General Rurlesou has sent Secretary McAdoo a check for $5,200.- 000. representing surplus postal reve nues. Sir. Gardner should not quote what Mr. Wilson said while president o f Princeton. His utterances are outlaw- ed by himself In seven days. That man Hughes is causing the Democratic newspapers an endless amount o f worry. Apparently they will never be satisfied until he turns the management o f hla campaign over to them. Mr. Hughes' speeches are giving poor satisfaction to the Democratic press, which proves they are very good speeches indeed. Secretary Baker is developing an agility In changing his mind that must endear him to his discoverer. Mr. Wilson's administration must confess itself Incompetent in one re spect or the other It either has ap propriated for an unneeded navy or it has neglected a needed navy. It can select Its fnult to suit Itself. In one re spect or the other It must be wrong. “ I l<elleve In efficiency In politics Just ss much as in anything else," says Mr. Hughes. Efficiency Is an excellent watchword, and Its use In the cam palgn Is merely, a forerunner o f its use In the W hite House when he gets there First they said that Hughes was an Iceberg: now they are saying that he Is a mud sllnger. He cannot possibly be both and. as a matter o f fact, is neither. The Democrats must feel In a mighty bad way when they cry out "mud and treason." 4 + + 4 + + 4 + 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 - 4 - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 + WI L SON ADMI TS HE + P R E C I P I TA T E D W A R 4 4 When Mr. Wilton forget» him- 4 self he admit* that wo have 4 boon at war. For example, on 4 May 11, 1914, in an address ovor 4 tho dead marines et the navy 4 yard in Brooklyn ho said that 4 tho marinas had been engaged 4 in "a war of service.” A war 4 of eorvieo to whom or to what? 4 Certainly net to tho United 4 States, nor to Mexico, nor to 4 humanity at large. Was it to 4 Mr. W ilton?— From tho Speech 4 of Colonel Theodore Roo-evelt, 4 Delivered at Lewiston, Ms., In 4 Behalf of Charles E. Hush#*. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4* 4 4 v 4 4 4 4 “ AM ERICA FIRST AND A M E R ICA EFFIC IEN T." We come to state in a plain and direct manner our faith, our purpose and our pledge. Thia rapreaantativa gathering it a happy augury. It meant the atrangth of reunion. It meant that the party of Lincoln it re- atcred, alert, affective. It meant the unity of a common percep tion of paramount national needs. It meant that we era neither deceived nor benumbed by abnormal conditions. W * knew that w* are in a critical paried, perhaps more critical than any period tinea the civil war. W e need a dominant sense of national unity, the ex ercise of our best constructive power*, the vigor and resourca- fulresa of a quickened America. Wo daaira that the Republican party aa a great liberty party shall be the agency of national achievement, the organ of tho effective expression of dominant Americanism. What do I moan by that? I mean America eon- acloua of power, awake to obli gation, erect in aelf respect, pre pared for every emergency, de voted to tho ideals of peace, in stinct with the spirit of human brotherhood, eafoguarding both individual opportunity and the public interact, maintaining a wall ordered constitutional sys tem adapted to local self gov ernment without the sacrifice of oeaontial national authority, ap preciating the necaeaity of sta bility, expert knowledge and thorough organization aa the in dispensable conditions of secu rity and progress; a country loved by its citizens with a pa triotic fervor permitting no divi sion in their allegiance and no rivals In their affection— I moan America first and America effi cient. It la in this apirit that I respond to your aummona.— From Mr. Hughoa’ speech of ac ceptance. CARL B. FE N T O N Democratic Candidate County Assessor VOTE X 58 (Paid adver.) That Wilson will be elected to a second term. That during the first year o f the second Wilson administration will be brought to a close the present world w ar o f “ nation ris ing against nation.” That by the peace terms these present warring nations will fed erate and unite on a policy for the acknowledgement o f alligi- ance to the Pope o f Rome and for the restoration o f the "H o ly Catholic Church” to full temporal power and authority. That the United States and the South American nations, which have already virtually perfected a federation, will still further strengthen the bond o f federation and the whole will be an image o f the federation o f nations on the other side o f the Atlantic ocean, and that all these federat ed powers will be o f one mind in the matter o f yielding loyal obedience to the "H o ly Father” at Rome and the great Church system o f which he is the head. This work accomplished, the work o f enforcing individual sub mission to the "H o ly Papal” au thority will begin. The Church authorities will say to the State: "D o you know the Appeal to Reason over at Girard, Kansas; and the Menace down at Aurora. Missouri; and the Yellow Jacket, and the other loud-mouthed and mendacious ones who blaspheme and rail against ihe Church?” “ Y es,” will be the answer o f the State. "Then go get them and shut them up,” will be the command o f the Church. And the order will be obeyed strictly. Forthwith the eyes o f the erst while blind ones will be opened and the battle o f Armageddon will begin. Here we let the curtain fall on the bloodiest scene— the most awful carnage and destruction— the world has ever seen. This strife will begin s p o n taneously in all the nations o f Christendom and will be alto gether unlike the present world war o f "nation rising against nation,” inasmuch as it will be a religious strife that will divide each nation against itself, the Catholic mother and the Protest ant daughters being the prime factors in the strife. About the time this titanic struggle threatens the destruc tion o f all, the second appearing o f Christ will be made manifest, at which the warring factions will be made to see their error and to know that both are more or less culpable. Then the love o f Christ will come into their hearts and take the place o f furious hatred and deception that the arch fiend, Satan, had surreptitiously im planted in their minds and hearts and by which he sought to utter ly destroy them and thwart the plan o f God for the redemption of the world. Then with Satan subdued and out o f the way, there will he no more Catholic nor Protestants, but all will be agreed and united under the one banner o f righte ousness o f Pripce Emanuel. You say that no such battle as Armageddon can come now for the people are too good and too wise to permit it. Yes, and you said the same thing about the present world war when it was predicted hut when the time was fulfilled for it to take place, the nations went off like powder and were up and at it in a twinkling, and without a moment’s warning* the world was plunged into the most stud- pendious war between the na tions that ever was known. The only thing in this predic tion that may not be true is the election o f Wilson, and the time o f the battle o f Armageddon, during the next four years, pro vided he should be elected. But whether or not Wilson is elected or the battle o f Armageddon breaks out during the next four years, that most awful battle is as sure to come sooner or.later as that God’s word is true And the signs o f the times seem to point unmistakably to its early comig.—Signal.