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Are tell-tale symptoms that your blood,
u not right—full of imruritie», causing
a sluggish. and unsightly complexion.
A few bottle» of 8. 8. 8. will remove
all foreign and impure matter, cleanse
the blood thoroughly, and give a clear
and rosy complexion. It is most effect
ual, ana entirely harmless.
I dared to do us even partial justice.
If there were no unjust class laws
there would be no dangerous strikes.
All strikes are the result of injustice
I and bad laws, and even the ignorant
. Slav, so quick to break the law in his
anger and ignorance, deserves some
consideration since his ignorance has
. been the prey upon which his master
j has fattened and taken advantage of.
ON TO WASHINGTON.
It is for these reasons I assert that
if we would avoid monarchy upon
. the one hand, and a commune upon
the other, we must direct our con
certed efforts upon Washington.
foot race all for the use of S. S. S.
| We must send loyal men and true;
Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free-
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
men who have been identified with
us in adversity as well as in pros
perity; men whom neither priest nor
capitalist can buy; who will stand up
upon the floor of congress, like Mr.
Linton, and untied by party pledges
tell our legislators that their evil is
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
If we would attain this end—if we
would oust from our halls of leg
islation the puppets of the priests
and monopolies, we must sink per
sonal ambition, individual friend
ships and work only to a common
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
end-“-the election of tried men and
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL true.
In making our selections let
the office seek the man and let us be
more than ordinarily careful to avoid
new faces. Let new comers serve an
apprenticeship in the order that we
DENVER may prove them in small things be
fore we entrust them with the affairs
OMAHA of the nation.
While it is eminently desirable to
ST. PAUL KANSAS CY support political candidates who are
members of our institution this is
only justifiable when such candidates
LOW RATES TO ALL
are known to be competent and men
who will reflect the greatest credit
upon our organization. To support
incapable men is to reduce the order
Leave Portland Every 8 Days
in the eyes of the world to their con
• • F-OR • •
dition of incompetence.
It should be insisted that every
member of the A. P. A. attend the
primaries. He who neglects the first
duty of an American citizen is a
For full details call on or address:
drone in our hive and unworthy of
W. II HIRLBI RT,
membership in our order.
Chas. Heaton. 73 Laurel Street, Phila., says:
"I have had for years a humor in my blood
which made me dread to shave, as small boils or
pimple* would be cut, thus causing shaving to
be a great annoyance. A iter taking three bottles
my face is all clear and smooth as
It should be—appetite splendid,
sleep well and feel like running a
0. R. & N. CO.
SAN + FRANCISCO
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Each succeeding year convinces
EAST AND SOUTH me that the disappearance of all part
isanship from the organization is
only a matter of a very short time.
In many parts of the country it has
entirely disappeared, and members
care as little for the old parties as
the old parties cared for them. Men
learned to judge of the tree by
Express Trains Leave Portland Dally
its fruit and now they have their eyes
thoroughly opened to the fact that
Portland.......... 6:15 P M I San Francisco.. 10:45 A M
parties between them are re
San Francisco 7:00 P M I Portland ............8:20 A M
sponsible for the present calamitous
Above trains stop at all stations from Portland to condition of the country.
Albany Iw lusive. Also Tangent, bbedds, Hal
sey Harrisburg, Junction City, Irving. Eugene
The newspapers assert that the
and all stations from Roseburg to Ashland inclu
tide of immigration has turned and
Hoaeburg Mail Dally.
that those who were only recently
Portland......... 8:30 A M I Roseburg
5 50 P M immigrants are becoming emigrants.
Roseburg........ 7:00 AM I Portland
4 30 PM
This, in the eyes of the press seems
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
to be a most desirable end, and
PULLWRN * BUFFET
would be, doubtless, were it not for
the fact that the emigrants are car
rying away with them the wealth of
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS, the country to enrich the lands of
Attached to all Through Trains.
their nativity, leaving their paupers
.West Side Division.
yet with us for us to support along
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS with our own starving ones, or to
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
maintain in our prisons. Still the
7!*> A M I tv
of the nation remain open to
10:15 A M | Lv
Lv I 8:01 P M
13:15 P M | Ar
Lv | 1:00 P M European pauperism, crime and su
At Albany and Corvallis connect with perstition, for are not our immigra
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad,
tion inspectors nearly all papists,
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.) and will not these, as heretofore,
♦.WF M iLv
Ar | 8:25 A M favor their own at the priests’ solici
7:15 P M L t
Lv | 5.51 A M
Lv 1 5 50 A M tation?
71» P M Ar
The Shasta Route
If Satolli is silent just at present,
and the newspapers have little or
nothing to say concerning him, it is
far from conclusive evidence that he
has retreated from the position
which he took when he landed upon
these shores. He is merely observ
ing a masterly inactivity and exemp
lifying the golden rule of silence, be
cause thej’ ace weapons more suited
to the times than bombast and arro
gant pretensions. Like the willow
in the fable he bows before the blast,
confident that the storm will pass
before long. In other words, he
patiently awaits the dissolution of
the A. P. A. and the subsidence of
awakened public opinion.
While John Ireland uses pleasant
platitudes which express not what
he thinks, but what he wishes the
public to believe he thinks, the
mighty and subtle jesuit is stealing
into our labor unions, into our
churches, —ay, even into our very
councils, that they may divert the
tide of opinion they are powerless to
stem. Knowing the utter futility of
nominating for office papists of ac
knowledged affiliation with the papal
church, they substitute those, who
while being nominally protestant,
are as much creatures of the papacy
as the papacy itself. Of these
ware. Many politicians to-day are
masking the emblem of the papacy
behind the stars and stripes; they
are distinguishable by their works
and the company they keep.
The priests, who a few months ago
were clamoring for separate schools
and a division of the school fund, have
now retired within their shells baffled
but not beaten, though silenced for
the time being.
A year since the papists of the
United States raised a clamor for the
official acceptance of a delegate from
the Vatican; the opposition was so
great that prudence suggested a
skillful and well ordered retreat, but
though their watch-fires are extin
guished their hosts remain en
trenched, gathering force in their
silence, and ever watchful for an op
portunity to strike us when we are
To the papacy, as to the Shylocks,
civil war or any diversion which
would turn the public mind from its
present channel, would come as a
boon and a blessing. The plutocrat
joins hands with the priest because
he recognizes the power which the
latter wields over the masses. The
pair constitute a joint stock company
which menace the perpetuity of
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
The hopes of the present genera
tion and the salvation of the next are
rooted in the fertile soil of the public
school. Not for an instant can we
dare to remove our attention from it,
nor suffer any encroachment upon
its American purity.
If the next generation is to repair
the error of its fathers in point of
watchfulness and vigilance, every
thing from garret to cellar must be
purely and distinctively American.
Where vigilance has been relaxed,
the priest has taken advantage to
introduce, in a more or less radical
form, the foreignism and paganism
of the papacy. When a graduate of
a parochial school is admitted as a
teacher in a public school, the first
step towards polluting the purity of
American education is taken. The
parochial offspring introduces first
one trifling innovation and then an
other; first a perversion of history
Through Tickets to »11 points In Eastern
viva voce then the suppression of
States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rales from G. A. Wilcox, Agent, McMinn
those passages in the public school
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. G. F. A P A., Portland, Or.
must be to close and seal our gates text-books which reveal the murder
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
against the poverty and ignorance ous past and present methods of the
of Europe. Now that the immigrant papacy. Then, with the assistance
LOCAL DIRECTORY. is turning emigrant in these hard of a papist upon the board of educa
times, let congress see to it that he tion, the objectionable text-book is
does not in turn become an immi-. replaced by one which is content to
B aptist —Se.-vices Sunday 11 a. m. and
Let falsify history to please the priests,
7:80p. m ; Sunday school 9:50 a in.; the grant when trade improves.
young people’s society 6:15 p m
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Covenant me repeat once again that in barring as has happened throughout the
meeting first Sat each month 2:00 p. m.
out the refuse of Europe, monopoly, entire United States.
M ethodist E piscopal —Services every is robbed of its sting and the papacy
In every city, where a papist has
Sabbath 11:00 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p of a rich source of revenue; anarchy secured a seat upon the board of edu
L ek T hompson , Pastor.
loses a subject; the public jail an cation, this course has been pursued,
C vmb . P resbyteri am - Services every Sab
bath 11:00 a m and 7:30 p. in. Sunday inmate and the public hangman a and the system if suffered to con
school 9:30 a. m. Y. P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30 fee. The keynote of American po
tinue, would have educated the ris
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
litical economy to-day is the immedi ing generation in utter ignorance of
C hristian —Services every Sabbath 11:00 ate suspension of immigration. Be
papal infamy and methods. For the
a. tu and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 10
a. m. Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. m. fore the gates can be closed effectual sake of the rising generation, then,
H. A. D estok , Pastor.
ly honest men must be placed at the we must see to it that no one be per
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between
G and H, Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves head of the government, and the ras mitted to teach in any public school,
pers 7:80. Services once a month.
cally immigration crew replaced by who has not received an education
W. R. H ogas , Pastor
faithful servants—reforms only to be therein, nor any superintendent em
accomplished by ballots wisely cast. I ployed who owes his first allegiance
K nowles C hapter N o . 12, O. E. S.—Meets a
Masonic ball tne Brat and third Monday evening
to a foreign power. The text-books
tn each month Visiting members cordiallv in
THE ROMAN CAT.
MRS. O. O. HODSON, Sec.
of history must be unexpunged facts.
MRS H L. HEATH, W. M
Those who take comfort in the The truth must be told that our chil
C citer P ost N o . 8—Meets the second and fourth
Saturday of each month in Union ball at 7:30 mistaken impression that the papacy , dren grow not up with false concep
p. m. on second Saturday and at 10:30 a. m. on [
4th Saturday. All members of the order are is defeated in this country, are sleep-; tions. If the text-books do not please
cordially invited ta attend our meetings.
B. F. C lvbise , Commander.
ing upon the crater of a living vol our papist neighbors or their priest,
J. A. P eckham . Adjt.
cano. Rome never sleeps—or sleeps j let them leave this land of the free
W. C T. U.—Meets on everv Fri- with one eye open. The papacy is a j for some papal-dominated country at
lav, in Wright’s hall at 3 o’clock p ni.
cat upon the watch, which never [ once. We must see to it that the Stars
L. T. L. at 3 p. m.
and Stripes are flying over all school
M rs A. J. W hitmore , Pres
tires nor relaxes its vigilance.
C lara G. E bsos . Sec’y.
NEW GOODS !
$9,000 Worth !
Bought at Bed-rock prices.
To be sold at Figures to suit the times.
houses during school hours and upon
all public holidays. Let the .teacher
be held responsible for the carrying
out of this rule and subject to dis
missal for a violation thereof. I re
peat, let no one serve upon a board
of education who is not a true Ameri
can citizen in every sense of the word.
I have spoken of that relic of the
inquisition, the confession box, where
treason is hatched and the allegiance
of citizenship placed upon the rack of
superstition over the imaginary fires
of purgatory; where the secrets of
commerce and the delicate purity of
the connubial relations are betrayed
to the unsexed delegate of a foreign
power. The text-books of the confes
sional—too vile to read in court, too
to pass through the
mails—form the foundation of
papist morality, and account for the
fact that our jails, bagnios and poor
houses are crowded with subjects of
the papacy. The confession box must
go; it is a public nuisance, and dé
baucher of purity by its teachings
alone—what its practical results are,
the daily press, replete with priestly
scandals in which female penitents
figure prominently, is unanswerable
CONVENTS AND MONASTERIES.
Those parasites of paganism, the
convent and monastery, the“refuge”
and the House of Good Shepherd, the
“retreat” and the private asylums of
the papacy, are as foreign to these
shores as the vice-pope himself. The
laws, which permit tender women
and girls to be immured in a living
tomb, shut off from all communica
tion with the world, with celibate
priests as their sole companions, are
monstrous, unnatural, cruel and un-
American. If women wish to seclude
themselves from the world, let their
sole keepers be women, and let the
institutions like other insane asy
lums, be open to public inspection.
But little has been accomplished,
so far, towards the passage of meas
ures in the various states, compell
ing taxation of all property—public
property excepted. That the people
are yearly robbed to assist in support
ing a horde of foreign priests and
papal palaces, espcially in those
states where the A. P. A. is numeri
cally large, speaks badly for the
energy and earnestness of the Organ
ization in those localities, and should
be remedied at once. Taking advant
age of the law exempting places of
public worship and charitable insti
tutions, the priests in many places
have taken up large plats of land
which they hold tax free as invest
ments only, the public paying the
tax which the priests withhold. Med
ical and curative institutions, under
the guise of “charitable” establish
ments make a handsome revenue out
of wealthy patients who pay them
handsome fees; yet they are tax-free
and the derived revenue goes to
swell the coffers of the bishops, under
whose patronage, protection and
ownership they exist. These must
be made to pay to the uttermost
farthing the just tax upon capital
. As I write the United States sen
ate has the Indian appropriation bill
under consideration. So far not one
of these allies of the priesthood and
corrupt tools of monopoly has had
the courage to protest against these
infamous stealings from the people.
I now appeal to every loyal Ameri
can citizen that he address a letter
to the senator of his district demand
ing the rejection of the bill and every
other measure having for its object
appropriations of a sectarian char
acter. If we would keep the institu
tions of the country out of the hands
of ecclesiastical corporations, we
must once and for all time set our
foot down upon all proposed subsi
dies which serve as a connecting link
between church and state. If the
state has poor it should care for
them; if insane it should provide for
them; if any other class of depend
ents who need protection and educa
tion, it should protect and educate
them; if criminals, it should be all-
sufficient to punish them; if fallen
women and wayward girls, it should
be able to raise and redeem them.
No subsidized ecclesiastical institu
tion is so well fitted to attend to
such matters as the government of
the people. That the bishops of the
papal church get inordinatelj’ rich
both through the appropriations of
the government and their conscience
less methods of begging and extor
tion is shown by the enormous
wealth of the papal institution in the
United States, wealth which if not
restricted, and the privileges of beg-
ging priests and nuns curtailed, bid
fair, as in Spain to place half the
wealth of the land in the hands of
the papal hierarchy.
See to it that not one penny of
public money goes to support any
sectarian institution, no matter to
what denomination such institution
In connection with the privileges,
and illicit methods of the papal
church in this country of securing
wealth, I would draw the attention
of members of patriotic orders to the
iniquitous system through which
the papal hierarchy blackmails its
dupes into surrendering their prop
erty to the priesthood. By playing
upon the superstitious fears of dying
penitents, priests secure magnificent
fortunes, while many families have
been thrown upon the people for
support in consequence.
should be passed in every state ren
dering invalid any bequest to an ec
clesiastical institution made upon a
death bed, or while the testator is in
immediate fear of death. It should
also be made an offense under the
law for any priest or preacher to so
licit any legacy whatsoever from any
penitent or member of his flock.
When cases arise where the hand of
the priest is visible in these testa
mentary extortions, immediate ac
tion should be taken in the probate
court having jurisdiction to ascer
tain and make public all the details
in the case, that others may be
warned, and law-breaking priests
punished and held up to public
will not lightly surrender the avenue
of their plunder, and any effort made
to suppress convict labor must be
unanimous and earnest.
A NEW NATIONAL PARTY.
I find strong and urgent demands
in many sections of both the United
States and Canada where the old
parties have grown most insuffera
bly corrupt, for the formation of a
new party, while in other sections
there seems to be a sentiment in fa
vor of throwing the support of the
organization in with the party put
ting up the cleanest ticket. So far,
this latter method has been success
ful only to a limited degree, and very
few cases have proved entirely satis
factory, the party leaders, as a rule,
being either corrupt or so wedded to
the interests of party as to lose sight
of their obligations and pledges to
our patriotic organizations and the
best interests of the country.
But the territory of both countries
are so vast and their individual in
terests so varied, and, in many
places, conflicting, that it would be
rash and ill-advised to urge the
adoption of either plan until every
section of each has been heard from
upon this which, it appears to me. is
the most important problem of the
I am sure that it would greatly fa
cilitate the consolidation, not only of
our own organization, but of other
patriotic bodies with us, and bring
all into closer touch, if the general
sentiment regarding these proposi
tions could be gathered and crystal
lized. I would suggest therefore the
propriety of each subordinate coun
cil taking immediate action in this
matter, and obtaining from its mem
bership a vote upon the subject.
There can be no equitable legisla
tion, no purity in politics so long as the
franchise is withheld from women.
I would not confine this discussion
The system which permits the an to councils alone, but believe it would
archist, the illiterate, immoral scum be eminently profitable to receive
of Europe—the law-defying Pole— the opinions of individuals of all
the incendiary Hun—to cast a vote shade of political opinion from all
at a public election, and denies it to parts of the country. It is a matter
our noble, intelligent, faithful wives, upon which too much light cannot be
mothers and daughters, reeks with shed, nor can it be too thoroughly
the darkness of mediaevalism and discussed.
the stench of barbarism. Justice
Supplied with information such as
can never assert itself; good govern I suggest, your supreme officers
ment can never exist where such an would be much better informed as to
injustice is perpetuated.
I had the wishes and necessities of the or
looked hopefully towards the consti der in this respect and much more
tutional convention at Albany, New competent to execute them.
York, to set an example of social and
This consensus of opinion I should
political progress, but I find I looked not regard as official or binding up
in vain. These gentlemen in their on its supporters in any respect, but
narrow-minded wisdom and self merely that your officers and I, as
satisfied egotism have decided that your humble servant, may more
our women shall not vote except at wisely direct the A. P. A. bark
school elections. The absurdity of through the shoals and quicksands of
the proposition is self-evident. If the corrupt politics and more corrupt
woman is not fitted to vote for an politicians, and before leaving this
aiderman or senator, why is she per subject let me again urge the mem
mitted to vote for an officer a hun bers of this order to carefully read
dredtimes more important than either and digest their ritual, that they
—that of school commissioner? Why may see how wide and far-reaching
can she not cast a vote for a state the bonds are which unite us not
officer as consistently as an unlettered only in protection patriotism but in
ignoramus can be elected to a state aggressive action against all fac
tors which have a tendency to sub
When Mike Hogan, whose educa vert good government.
tional accomplishments are limited
I shall make it my personal busi
to writing his own name and reading ness to give the closest attention to
words of one syllable, runs for sheriff all communications of this kind
or county clerk why cannot an intel which councils or individuals may in
ligent American woman go to the their discretion, direct to ine, as I
polls and cast her ballot against him. am convinced that only by such a
with as good a right as a gang of course can the pulse of the entire or
whitewashed, illiterate imports from der be felt in the supreme office.
Cork or Tipperary? If legislators are
afraid of the women and their purity
The marvellous and flattering
and honesty, it is a first-class reason growth of the order within the past
why our present legislators should year was given at the supreme meet
be kicked bodily from the legislature ing in May, and before this goes to
and men selected to replace them press will be in the hands of the sub
who are prepared to do as much jus ordinate councils throughout the
tice to our wives, sisters and daugh country; it therefore needs no inser
ters as to the Poles and Huns from tion here further than to add that
since the supreme meeting the order
VENAL CONTRACT LABOR.
has continued its rapid and phenom
While a million American citizens enal strides, especially In the south
are dependent upon public charity and the east. While we in the Unit
for support the convict labor insti ed States have been more than ordi
tutions, the state prisons, are run narily active and successful our Can
ning at full blast in the interests of adian cousins have not been one
convict labor contractors and state whit behind us in magnificent re
prison wardens. The private manu sults. A fair estimate of their
facturer cannot compete with the energy and patriotism may be gained
prisons, because he is forced to use from the fact that where but a trifle
free labor at free labor prices, and over three years ago the C. P. A.
free labor, if it would exist at all was unknown it now numbers nearly
must come down to starvation wages 700 strong and vigorous councils, and
to compete with‘convict labor. It is at the recent elections in Ontario
a system that should not be toler elected 27 members of the order to
ated for an instant, and is largely to parliament and 14 others pledged to
be held accountable for the prevail carrv’ out the principles of our glor
ing financial and commercial depres ious organization. These are results
sion. I have before demanded that which, so far, have never been ac
state convicts shall be turned out in complished by any order in the
gangs upon state roads and lands to history of the world, and we may
improve the highways of the nation, well pause for a moment to congratu
reclaim the great arid wastes and late ourselves and mankind in gen
render swamps and low lying lauds eral upon these glorious achieve
arable. I reiterate the demand and ments.
THE W. A. P. A.
trust that all loyal citizens will make
a united effort to this end. Convict
The noble and patriotic work ac
labor contractors and prison wardens complished by our sisters of the W.
who grow rich upon the spoils of a A.P. A. deserves to be recorded in
system that is undoing the nation letters of gold. Their organization
for Infants and Children.
HIRTY y«*r»' observation of Castoria with the patrc—çc of
million* of penon«,pf rmitn. to *p—fc efit withont çw—i»g.
It 1* unquestionably the be*t remedy for Inf a n t* and Children
the world he« ever known.
It 1* hnrmlee*. Children lihe it. It
give» them health. It will i»vo their live«.__ In it Mother* have
perfect *« >
■omethinK whichj* ab*olvtely .ofo
Ca.toria destroy Worm*.
Castoria allay Feveriahnee*.
Ca*toria prevent* vomiting Soar Cnrd.
Castoria enro* Diarrhoe and Wind Colic.
Castoria relieve* Teething Tronhle*.
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria neutralizes the effects of carhonic acid qas or poisonons air.
Castoria doe* not contain morphine, opium. or other narcotic property.
Castoria ».^-»«lateo the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-sise bottles only._ It is not »old in hntt.
Don't allow any one to soli yon anything else on the plea or promise
that it i*”jnst as good ” and “ will an*wer every purpose.”
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
signataire of -
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
in most places has been superb, and
they have thus been enabled to effect
an almost entire revolution in the
school boards wherever they have
been in existence any length of time.
The rising generation under the
training of such able and patriotic
instructors will prove a bulwark
against which the enemies of free
dom and right may hurl themselves
in vain. All glory then to our noble
allies, the women; may we never
miss an opportunity to cheer and
assist them in their grand work.
TRADE WITH OUR OWN.
In concluding I am impelled to
point out several weak places in our
organization which must be strength
ened if we would retain the power
we have fought so hard for and per
petuate our lease of life.
Let the fact not be lost sight of
that we are contending with enemies
totally unscrupulous as to means, so
that they attain their end—our de
struction. Falsehood, the boycott,
segregation in matters of business
and the political, social and com
mercial ostracism of our people are
their familiar weapons. While I de
test the boycott, as an invention of
the enemy. I urge upon every mem
ber the duty that devolves upon him
to sec to it that the merchant who
risks everything to become a mem
ber of this order shall not be a finan
cial sufferer in consequence.
If the members of the A. P. A.
will show themselves as determined
as their enemies, the boycott will
soon be shelved as a sword that cuts
There is frequently a lack of that
practical sympathy which should ex
ist between members of this order
Those who are in positions of trust
or where they are able to employ
labor or secure its employment,
should use extraordinary efforts to
secure positions for those who are
affiliated with them. There lias been
a negligence in this respect in many
localities which cannot too quickly be
remedied. Under existing condi
tions where, in cities dominated by
the papacy, no person can obtain
official employment unless he bears
the sign manual of the priest it is
more than ordinarily incumbent to
see that our own are provided for.
Above all things do not suspend
a member for nonpayment of dues
until it has been ascertained that it
is intention—not poverty or forget
fulness that has thrown him into
arrears. The member who is too
poor to pay is usually too proud to
confess the fact. There is no lack
of members in easy circumstances
who will willingly go down into their
pockets in such emergencies.
Finally, trust no man in any pub
lic position who is not in full sym
pathy with the principles of our
order and who shows the slightest
unwillingness to espouse our cause
Let me impress upon every member
of the order that courage, devotion
and singieheartedness are as much
necessary elements of success in our
fight against injustice, usurpation
and priestcraft as they were seven
years ago. These qualities have
made the American Protective As
sociation what it is to-day; these
qualities have served to purify
politics to a great extent; may they
continue to be the watchwords of
the order is the sincere wish of
Yours in F. P. P.,
W. J. H T raynob ,
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