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CHARLES O. TISHU
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August 29, 1?1S
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HAYWOOD'S CAREER NEAR END. . I " h . f" r-
thing. He would do it soou-tinx la the
j future, r-he wondered when, turn dis-
At last Big Bill Haywood has run up against the realj"'xt!Vr'iitrfu,t 'lu&Iiuvmt th
thing and stands a good chance of paying some penalty jeery furniture, so that ta'ey touia
ITI.L LfcAHEU WIIIK TrXKUHAltt UKPOKT
W. D. Ward. New
Turk. TrlliiiM Building.
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.4V ilia luiig cuuunai career, xic iuw aiiuaxciiuv uccii ub.iintclr refused t hsv. dv
immune from punishment, for though in the clutches of the .tuii but tt-.e simple, tbe most unprV-
lln,.r ,V, k V,o -?fV, tUn. ei-rl la,nrOrcltf"tl0Ui furniture.
U'ra ire iiaa niin iiic niu ui "J"S " We will either have to give it awav
who for a fat fee would defend Judias Iscariot and use or n w pretty soon," she nd when
all sorts of trickery to clear, him, managed to find some ! 'heT bt- i'J
mow along witn a
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THE DAILY CAHTAL JOl llNAL
la tb only newKiiaper In Kalem arbuea rtrrulatloa la guaraatetd by tb
audit Bureau of Circulation
GOVERNOR WANTS ANOTHER PLANT.
e tier utiy jne aiore ornate pieces
a hen the priee was tha same, "and then
too, it will be mote appropriate to the
"All right! I tuld toh rou should
fix them a rwa liked," Brian returned
A hhe liked! Buth could have acreau
charges of sabotage and sedition, in the United States
courts at Chicago before Judge Landis. He says the
judge's instructions were fair and the trial impartially
condiietprl. At the same time his lawvers have made a i wit" iaK"'- Why he eouid not
r xi JTTJ-i.l-, have had one single thine she wanted.
niukiuii xvi a r ti mi, aim najiiwu oojiiw mai " mio , Tlicn Iie jooi;,.,! at Brian, tall, hand-
some, virile. He was worth more than
everythiav vise. KUe oubt to be .-
arned to feel she did. Surelv, he
1 aoea be able to give her all nhe
epii aectntmn.'d to eren to seiin-
.1 ? - J 1 Ml V 1 rnl.; :ii '3
is ucmeu an appeal win ue laneu. mis win cuum; cuiimu-
erable delay in the administering of justice to the gang,
TTnriniiVitff1Kf tha inrnntps nf lhe nrisnn would be bet
ter off if they had steady employment of some kind. Thet taking Haywood's statement for it, there seems but
trouble is to find the kind, lhe old stove woi-ks 01 yearshe and the fither defendants are fighting to put off thei-
uth had shed trtrs several times from
ago were discontinued because the products came mtoiy when thejr punishment must begin, as long as pos- s!T'r lumUm'9"-n,ld th d,si,c for fcer
n r 1.1. wT 1 mi i . .,i ,1 -it v... i ' i old mammy.
competition wun uiose ox irec iauur. meany iuui jcaio siuie, dui even witn tne suiy, almost criminal ueiays m xne But fiuaiiv thev had Bn tue ab-oiutc-
ago money was appropriated for establishing a plant at
"the prison for handling flax and putting the product in
shape for shipment and sale. So long as thus was under
the jurisdiction of the board of control it was making
fair progress and finally was placed on a basis that prom
ised good returns on tne investment aim emptuyineni iui
trial of criminal cases in American courts, the end will be
reached sometime, and merited punishment awarded.
Judge Landis is generous in handing out punishment, try
ing to make it fit the crime, and the sentences of these
men, if the supreme court sustains the verdict, will be
such that the activities of William Haywood will have
Withvcomlre wanted soleM,pa"y deserving" will be rewarded will ever be offered
f' .11 il J 11 1 tfT'll 1 H 11 1
tnan mat wnicn manes vviuiam naywooa one 01 tne snin
ing examples. '
The German press camouflaging the disastrous de
feat on the western front are one and all shouting "be
trayal." Of course there is nothing in it for there was
nothing to betray. It is necessary however to deceive the
masses and make them believe the defeat of the Germans
was due to some kind of trickery. It would never do to
tell them their superman had ran against just the every
day man and got supremely licked man for man. When
the German who has been educated for half a century to
believe he was superior to the balance of mankind and
therefore born to rule them, learns that "there are
others", he will have mastered one of the rudiments of a
very necessary education. His superman got licked to a
finish in a square fight, and he is still getting beaten with
more coming to him.
nnnv nf iha Pnnvipfa 1U lhe nroppRs of enlargement it ceased to have any force by the time he is free again. An
would not have been long until there would have been example should be made of this kind of national enemies,
-n-L- fur. nil nf ihon Tfowever fnr some reason best and surely no better opportunity, or one in which "the
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known to himself. Governor
control of the prison and the flax plant. He got it. From
that day the flax experiment has gone into a steady de
cline and its death at the hands of the governor doctor
seems a certainty. With this showing of executive ability
the governor now suggests that a plant be procured for
the manufacture of twine, for the purpose of "giving em
ployment to the convicts." It is not at all likely the legis
lature can be again induced to invest any more of the
state's mnoey in manufacturing experiments, so long as
the present governor will be in charge of them. With
80 tons of the flax crop of 191G still in the sheds at the
prison, and this while the plant for handling it is in good
shape, it would seem that something would be done by the
governor toward getting the product of this crop on the
.i arket. The priee is high, the demand never greater, and
yet the governor says the men in the prison need some
thing to keep them employed. The governor is right.
They need a new man in charge, one who will back up the
prison maangement in keeping the prisoners at work
with the material now on hand ami for the handling of
which the state has purchased the plant and contracted
for the growing of still more flax. The crop of 1917, al
thouch largely a failure is still on hand in audition to the
80 tons of the 1916 crop, and now the crop of 1918 is ready !
to harvest. Of this the state has contracted about 000
acres. What does the governor intend doing with it and
1he other raw material now on hand? If he will explain
this he might get some members of the legislature to listen
to his proposition to establish a twine factory. Until he
duos there will bo nothing doing.
In the story of Robinson Crusoe one incident was the
laying of the ship on which he was at the time, up to the
shore while her seams were being caulked and pitched.
It was at this time swarms of natives in their canoes
attacked thorn. As the natives were naked the sail
ors found their most successful weapon was big ladles
full of hot pitch, which thrown on the savages sent thorn
back howling. This worked all right until the pitch gave
out. At this stace of the proceedings the narrator of
The kaiser recently sent a message of sympathy to
the citizens of Frankfort because allied airmen had bom
barded, their city, killing some of its inhabitants as the
kaiser expressed it: "in direct violation of the rules of
civilized warfare." This statement coming from this
source is enough to jar the popcorn from a Christmas
tree. Every rule of civilized warfare has been violated at
the kaiser's command, and yet he whines when given a
taste of his own medicine. .
j Rippling Rhymes
by Walt Mason
GONE TO WORK.
The village pool hall looks as bare as banouet hall de-
sorted; the loafers used to gather there, unwashed and
the story savs: "Here they came again, hell to pay and flannel-shirted. But Crowder's order, "Work or Fight" vew ww .v-the Eve,,,,,
no pitch hot It seems this is about the condition in Kus- broke up their long vacation, and now the pool hall is a 8" th.m,-M review
sia. The bolsheviki and their German masters have ex- sight, a scene of desolation, The railings of the court- ..oli'reVIIfrtslrHt-i
haustod the pitch supply, and there is literallv "hell to house square are shorn of all the slouches, who used to .t the n,t , M m t r. fien
pay." The dispatches todav tell of food riots in IYtrograd drape their persons there and air their woes and , ",u, h i'"w tra.iinpr ian.ii.-aj-with
hundreds killed. This is the Gorman way of con- grouches. Thev humr there in the W aPn enntenr. with lltmy si,l,ali,,n "
er ask for bread thev I
ly neeessaty things with which to begin
housekeopiiisf. So on Wednesday morn
ing, they get up their Laies and IVnates
iu tlie five-room flat, and proceeded to
take np the serious business of home
making. How But), atrnggled and toiled, to
make the place what she eonsiderea liv
able. She knew nothing of cooking, and
the first few days she spoiled the food
and burned her hands. Brian, worrit d
over expenses, badly fed, developed a
spirit of fault-finding which finally got
on Hutu's nerves to such a degree that
she went to bed, and sent for the janit
rrss. "I can't k decent thing! I don't
blame my husband. No one could eat
the things I have offered him," she
"It's sorry I am, I ain't got the time
to learn you. But they faaS them fine
cook books, now, that tells you every
thing to do."
Ruth had not thought of a cook book.
Her aunt 'a cooks, experts, had not de
pended upon cook books to prepare their
meals. But she would get one at once.
She at least could read, and had com
mon aense enough to follow directions.
So she Jumped up and dressed for the
street Ix-fore she remembered she had
but fifty cents in her pocket book.
"Oh, I forgot to ask for some mon
ey," ahe enelaiiued.
"I can let you have a dollnr."
'Klh, can youf That will be fine. I'll
give it back to you as soon as my hus
band returns," and tucking the dollar
bill in her purse with her fifty cent
piece, she staited out.
When she returned ,he carried a book
under her arm. It was nearly dinner
time, and she was tired. But she hur
riedly slipped out of her street clothes
into one of her simplest negligees
which, airnplc as it was, looked terribly
out of place In the small kitchen and
started her dinner.
At half past six, when Brian came
home, liutli was almost exhausted; but
an eatable diuner was on the table. She
had selected some simple ways of cook
ing her meat and vegetables, a rice pud
dine for dessert. As she had followed
the directions faithfully, they were tall j
well cooked, and really deserved the s
praine Brian bestoweil. f
ion win tie a inmotts eooK in no
time, "he told her as he kissed her flush
ed face, lie had noticed that s'" p
nothing-, am! that, when they rose from
the table, she halted as ahe. carried the
dishes to the kitchen to be washed.
"Perhaps, hut I doubt it." she had
returned, "I have a notion, Brian, that
to ile. anything rrnl well to become fa
mous, ns vou ruv one must like their
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M A ) ALLIED DRIVE
Cm. I "H 5O0 F ( 7T
SAtfZj GERMANS ' VnSvT
i m -ax. r .ifcn.jj
- O 50 100 200 300
THE PURSUIT OF THE BOLSHEVIKI.-Since the
landing of Allied forces at Archangel on the Murmaa
coast Bolsheviki numbering 8000 men have been retreat
ing. The Maximimalists first crossed the Dvina River
after abandoning Archangel and have been falling back
on the south along the railroad to Vologda,
War Summary of United Press I
I 1476th Day of the Wai; 34th Day of Counter Offensire
Oise-Aisne front French continue to
shove forward thc wedge they arc driv
ing into the German lines between the
Pitardy and Soissona-Khiius battle
front, in further progresa, the towa f
Vassens, nine Biik-a northwest of Sow
sons, has been captured. Thi operatioo
is threatening enemy positions around
both Boisworis and Norou.
Picnidy front French troops, accord
job. And I hate houaework. I hate
eookingl I hate every aingle thing
about it I"
' ' Vou '11 feel different after you have
learned how. No one likes to do thing!
they are unfamiliar with." He had been
surprisd at her vehemance, but was i
terested in something he was reading, so
paid no further attention.
Euth carried the dishes ont.then htond!
a moment looking at htm rending hi!
paper so comfortably. . Without a wor,l
nhe went down stairs and asked Xlrs
Murphy if she would come up and wash
her dinner thiugs.
"I just cannot do it! I'm so tired."
sou mm ner, aim -ur. juurpny agreed to i Rampage iront Borne victims re-
come up in a few minutes, altho she j suited from a German, air raid on Kaa-
ing to latest reports, virtually occupy
Laasiguy, have taken the Tail way alar
tiou within lesg than a mile .of oya,
and are shelling Noyon from two sidea.
More important still, they have oeca
pied thc Lassigny and I'arlopont pla
teaus, dominating both sides of the Oiae
below Noyon. The British repulsed four
German attack southwest of Chuulnca
last night and captured an enemy post
west of Bray on the north bank of th
Flanders front The British, contin
uing their advance on the western cdg
of the salient, brought tbeif lino for
ward to the highway between Vieui
Berquin and OtittCTsteene and farther
sonth, passed eastward of the 1'aradi
Merville road. The village of Merviils
has bceu penetrated.
Aisnc-Vesle front Artillery duels
and sniping operations continue, but
there have beeu no important infantry
didn't know how she was to spare the
" Brian, give me a dollar. Mrs. Mur
cy last night.
Bussia Berlin reports food riots
phy let me have one today to buv a cook' Petrogra',1 and martial law declared in
book. She is coming tip to clear "away j the city. Several hundred persons wers
Dealings Were Lisht
Price Changes Small
ciliating the people. When the latt
it 11 i w Pajl a 4 1
give tnem millets instead, uus sausiies me nunerer 01
a few for all time, but it only serves to enrage still fur
ther those remaining.
Japan has learned modern ways quickly, and the riots
n that country are of a character that would k a credit
to a much longer civilized nation. However it is the same
ld story of the people rising up against having the price swearing,
their condition; to sit and let their whiskers grow was
all of their ambition. For living they had no excuse, their
faces showed dejection; they merely threw tobacco juice
in every blamed direction. But now they're working by
the day, they're plowing and they're hoeing; they're rear
ing up two blades of hay where only one was growing. To
cultivate the fertile soil I see thejn daily faring; their
oonosare creahing as tney ton, and they are hoarsely
ine dungeons of the village jail are empty
of their food increased without there being a sufficient j now and dreary; no Richard Roes within them wail no
uues who are weary. The skates who used to beat their
wives and steal their neighbors' chickens are driven now
to useful lives; they're sweating like the dickens. The
war is shaking things around, from old time ruts it's
tossed us and when it's done it may be found it's worth
whate'er it cost us.
reason shown for the raise. Japan has also profited by
American methods, and the speculator has put the screws
on the people for the purpose of increasing their own
wealth. It is likely the Mikado will find measures to do
away with this speculation and do it much more quickly
than our own rather cumbersome government could do.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers!!
ALL THE THIRD LIBERTY" HONDS ARE NOW
THOSE INTERESTED TLEASE CALL
AT THE BANK
By JANE PHELPS
RUTH'S ATT EMITS AT lUU'.rlXCI
UOV SE ARE NOT SUCCESSFUL.
lViunud for Canadian Pacific, rred
ited to buying for British account, par
ried that stock ta 102, the highest priee
of the year.
Mercantile Marine storks and bond
alik" attracted much attention, the
preferred sli.irea eroding 103. General
Motors achieved record price since its
incorporation in October, iQltf, at 1t-,
over four points up despite clearing
lorn restriction!.. Baldwin Locomotive
wa well bought, al: American Tele
graidt. The lisj was generally firm to
There wer reductit here and there
in lhe late trading although prices ia
the main he'd without change of im
portance. Dealing continued l;g!:t. Boiiie in
bond was fairly active. Liberty 3'i's
moved up to a new top price at (K-1.14
i looked uneasy, thca finally said?
! "We'll do it aft.. !, ,U W.if a
ra vtB,l it for a l,!t! hit tm-tVin., U
, CHAl'TKR X. better lhaa livit g ia that hotel, spvaj-l
Hutu rt ieated U. r lilt!, sj,vch about jng all 1 can eara aad getting nothing!
ie a itiev tiaiacH lor it.
kk. . f
laaWgajHIiaalBaaBWanaa, unsWfc' P
laloly tatk tw lhe liotel ltrian flushed It fladscd acM, Ruth's aiicj that
I JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
for me, and I want to return it."
(Tomorrow P.rinn tells Kuth what fc
make. They plan to use it to advantage.)
killed and wour.ded in elasbes between
wurkrs and soldiers, the dispatches
said. Japanese troops have occupied
Xikolaievsk, m Siberia, 730 miles north
Children Cry for Fletcher's
n i i i i n n
I W it 13
Ib Kind You H.ve Alwy Bought, aad irhich has been
ia tseor over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
rf - has been made snder his per
Or&z27r nal srrirfoa since its infancy.
W4I Allow no one to deceive you in this.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Ex perie nee against Eiperimein.
r What is CASTOR I A
Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops aad Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Kjrphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
ieen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency.
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverkhness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleeo.
The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend.
SEHUIrlE CASTORiA ALWAYS
Bears tha Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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