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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 May 1921

TUESDAY. MAT ; 24;fl921 PAGE THREE tHE?SEMi-WEJEKLY LEADER WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERSHIP HAD GOOD INCREASE Twenty New Members Taken Into Club during past Year 6 Joined Friday PHILANTHROPHY DEPT MADE ITS REPORT ' Newly Elected Officers were Installed , by Mrs. Paisley,' Former Pres. The Marion Woman's Club closed their club year on Friday afternoon with reports of their standing com- , mlttees-and installation of theofflcers elected a few weeks past. ,JThe philanthropy department made a report , of their activities as follows! "We held our annual tag day which gave us $202.00. The Thanksgiving offer of $23 was added to our fund which amounted to $225.00. We gave out 10 pair ef new union suits, 18 pair of new hose, 8 pair new shoes, 3 new ladies' dresses, 6 baskets amounting to $3.50 to $7.85 each? 2 loads of coal at $7.50 each and paid for the liauling of one load of coal, " $50.75, 86 cans of fruits and . 18 glasses of Jolly. We visited 12! families leaving new clpthing, food and money. W...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 May 1921

PAGE FOUR JOHNSTON CITY WINS OPENER FROM MARION New Park at Johnston City was Formally Opened to Public on Thursday LOCALS LOST GAME IN EIGHTH INNING Rnsflhall Park is Located near Old Ben Mine at Edge of City. Tlie Minion baseball leam went to Johnston City Thursday afternoon ami presented Charley Collard's bunch ol ball tossers a nice new game as a comuliment to them on the opening of the line Daseum. park in that city. That is one nice gentlemanly habit that Marion players have, of always leaving the game in the city where it is played. They did that at Eldorado and also at Herrin and so it was iiot an unusual thing lor I hem to do Thursday. 'And it was an especially-polite thing for them to do, considering the fact that 11 was the first game the Johnston City folks have seen at home. If our boys had gone up there and captured the first game, tied it up, in a sack, and then brot it back to the county cent in a jilney, it would probably have discouraged the Johnslonites so much th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 May 1921

JUN3 1921 A TP TP fv TV T p w in' THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY;: , Vol. 46 No. 269. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MAY. 27; 1921 - Subscription J1.5C Per Year THREEMEN SAW EIGHTH GRADE COMMENCEMENT NEXT FRIDAY RANDALL PARRISH THE AUTHOR, IS TO SPEAK HERE URGES CITIZENS TO HOLD SACRED BODY OF EARL f PILLOW ENROUTE FATHER HELD LARGE THEATRE TO AWAIT ACTION TO BE BUILT IN Y OUT OF OUR MEMORIAL DAY TO MARION NOW PITTSBUii COUNTY JAIL mAMUN ...... . . fi. ... o seen I Invitations Have Been Is- i sued and Pupils are new I Inviting - Friends. .,' EXERCISES AT THE FIRST BAPTIST Reverend Julian Atwod to ! make Class Address , ...--.'..CaaasWjlling.Invitations (or the 19th annual commencement of tbe Marion and vicinity grade schools will be held on Friday evening at 8 p. m- at the First Baptist church. The class colors are red and white and the class flower is ijj tarnation, while their motto is "deeds, not- words." The program will open" with invocation by Reverend A. M. Laird....

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 May 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI.WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 10 Franklin Street. - 1 Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ...... :. .75 1.50 ' All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as Judge Lindsey. While good -citizens mflst uphold the law so long 'as that law remains 5n the -statute books, one can not help admiring Judge Ben B. Lindsey oi JJenver, wuu broke the law and paid the penalty a fine of $500 for refusing to make known certain evidence" given him in confidence by a little boy who was brought intoxthe juvenile court ol .Denver, over which Judge Lindsey presided. The judge held that the story told him by the little boy in confidence was as sacred as a confidence imposed in a confessional, and no amount of threats, f...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 May 1921

'. A C FRIDAY,' MAT 27, 1921 : THR I SPMl-linrr vt v-iba rrt .-- - --i - : , - . " fAGB THREE . HEM LABOR ' 1 DAY PLANS OUT John J. Lewis, Head of 'United Mine Workers, . Will be Principal ' Speaker of Day. . . . ' HERRIN, May 24. Plans are being 'mapped but for a "great celebration In Herrin next Labor Day by .the Wll-j llumson and Jackson County Labor Day Association. The "present officers of this body are: Alderman J. W. Necom, president. Earl Hobbs, vice president; and Alderman Abe Wlngett secretary and treasurer, gays the Herrin News. . ; The celebration will be held under the auspices of the 'Herrin Trades Council, It is given out that It will be the aim of those in charge of the celebration to make the parade the largest affair of the kind ever wit. neiwd in southern Illinois. Efforts will be niade-to have-all the progressive merchants arrange lor - floats and the various locals will be well represented- v , . John L. Lewis, International president of the United Mine. Workers...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 May 1921

.)'"'. FRIDAY, MAY27,1921 PAGE FOUR C. OF G. WANTS BAPTIST IIDQRS. TO LOCATE HERE Plans for Meeting of Egyptian Hustlers Were Talked Over. MR. HART BIDS FRIENDS GOOD BYE Memorial Day Plans Were Also Discussed Legion to Have Charge. At the meeting of tie Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening. Reverend Julian Atwood presented the plans for combining all of the Baptist departments Into one city and and the Marion Chamber went on record as favoring the retention of this office in Marlon. 1 Reverend! Atwood apologized for an attack upon the Chamber for not taking action before.' He said that he had been asked by the Chamber to present the matter previously, but that the details had not been worked out enough to present before. Toe plan Is to combine all of the Baptist state offices In one building and to create a publishing house as well. It would mean that several families would move nere and that the publishing business would be greatly enlarged. A . committee from the chamber will co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 June 1921

SEII 1 I V V &ilh COUNTY THE HOME PAPER OF. MARION AND WILLIAMSQ.. , l MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE tyftfe: M I 21 Subscription $1.50 Per Yeai? Vol. '46 No. 270. -V ORGANIZATIONS ASSIGNED PLAGES 1 ! FOR THE PARADE Every Order in the City Expected to Pay Honor to the Nation's Heroes. MARCH WILL START BEFORE TEN O'CLOCK . , - J. Milton. Norman will be the Marshal of the 1 Parade This Year. immander James Goddard of the lerican Legion in conjunction with ,rand Marshal J. Milton Norman of its Memorial Day parade has ansri"MinoeiI tne ronowing iunuuuu for the parade. Everyone is- inO' ' b ei f n di d to form at 9:30 a. m. and to ady to march at 9:45 a. m- It eary. Mr. Norman requests that organization appoint a marshal heir body to have this marshal rt to Mr. Norman as early Monas possible. ' Line of March. . ' ' 1 e 'parade -will form, on West Ma i street, march to public square, the' i north on Market street to Boulevar . west on Boulevard to Court and and then north on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 June 1921

r " " ( ....... 5 .. ! 0 X 1 fc I 2-h MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE SLACKER LIST THE SEMI-WEEKLY. LEADER NMHTSHOWS " SOME SPEED gtj-PUFSPAY. JUNE SVIW1 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor' OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES," Per Six Mouths Per Year .$'.75 . 1.60 '"Sympathy for a few individuals whose THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (.Incorporated) Publisher.. namea mav be imDrODClTV1 in the ' Slacker - JLA V lists thru their own negligence should not be permitted to shield the thousands of men who got on the slacker list thru deliberate effort to snirk their duty and violate the draft law. - Not only justice tc those who served, but the-protection of the government in the future require that 'the draft evaders be brought to book. If a hundred thousand can , succeeed . in evading punishment for draft violation now, there will many more try it if the nation ever again has occasion to call its citizens to its defense. The United States went All subscriptions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 June 1921

... f TUESDAY, JUNE 31, 1921 the semi-sveekly; leader V f Mrs. J. A. Oliver- returnea to ner iome in Illmo, Mo., Thursday, after a (short visit mhiiuu wiui uienup.! Brice Cantrell and little Joe Pierce Swent to Neilson Thursday on a compined business and pleasure trip. i Fred Stotlar transacted business In Benton Thursday. Clyde Claxton and Lena Derring of s Weat franKiort moiorea to - wuwu I Wednesday evening and called on J friends. I .. "... ; , Mrs. George Stone and Mis. WK C. Cober spent Wednesday Jn' Mprphys i' bore the guests of Mr. and MrsHarry Farrer. . ' ""' Onnrce R. Stone returned, home 'from a three day's - business trip in Miirphysboro and Centralia.. Ike L. Morgan of Metropolis was a business visitor in Marion Wednesday Dr. W. T. Ticlwell and E. T. Tidwell of Pittsburg was in Marion on business Wednesday. - d 'Squire George O. Miller attended the. funeral of Mrs. Alsey; Jones at Herrin on Wednesday. ' R. C. Spitznass of route three wajfl a business visitor in Marion T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 June 1921

4 7' i i lit M BiTTTifiriA V TTTTiTW 91 1ftn"'A I THE SEMI-WEEKLY, LEADER HUSTLERS HAVE BIG PROGRAM : FOR JUNE 3-11 Features Arranged j Mill Make Convention .Week - '. an Exciting One. SOMETHING DOING ALL OF THE TIME Other Surprise Numbers ' .Will be Added During The Week. , The coming of the Hustlers on June 9, 10 and 11 is an event which has been looked forwarded to by Marion- and their visit to Marlon is one which that great organization has looked forward to for months. When they come all will be happy. And why not? The queen of Egypt! lives in Marion and she will be crowned while the Hustlers are here. But that Is not all. The local committee is arranging for places where all of the visitors can stay but the program is so full of event that one cannot tell why they will want to take time to sleep. The program which followins Is . one which shows some of the features but others will be announced before the time for the convention. Thursday Hustlers' White Suit Parade Decorated A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 June 1921

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol.. 46 No 272. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1921 Subscription 1M Per Yeai FIELD EVENTS FOR HUSTLER'S BIG FIELD DAY Many Fine Prizes are Offered for the Various ' Races and Contests. TEN BIG EVENTS ARE SCHEDULED Horseshoe Pitching Contest will be Associate Member Feature. The Egyptian (Hustlers program ot field events has been completed and la announced today as follows,' all events to be held at the Logan school grounds on' East Main street: Rules. Field events start promptly at 1:30 m., Thursday, June 9, .Thl entire program is ton ama teurs; all professionals barred. Any one entering an event where they are not eligible will torfeit theii right to a prize, should they win one. The chairman of the field Events committee, and his assistants, will decide as to the distance in all events, and are authorized to make any change that will be necessary in the running oft of this program. Any event in this program will be called off If ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 June 1921

PAGE TW.0 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TOJBSDAT. JUNE 7, l&fli SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER reSbaSfts THE REPtlBLfCAN-LEADEH (Incorporated) Publishers. -Kansas City, UaiJaS, Atlanta and KlCU- 103 rranknu street. Marion, Illinois, mond, all of the latter servine- districts in I""-""" uivunuim X11LCI COLO pi CUUlIIliiat- W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PA1KLEY, City Editor. f n TEACHERS LEAVE FOR VACATIONS SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ... .75 .Jed. ed. -This shows how the banking y , y f . . . . f ; sicu ui ute uuuHuy 13 mteriocKea ana, lso inuLuaii.y Bujjpui ung, to me advantage 01 All subscriptions payable in artvluiee. PapiTf be 3J1 Industries ana all Sections. ' stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed, I It is not SO milCh present Speculation Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as 'and extravagance that is contributing to second class mail matter. jtjght money ag pasfc indulgences Which had EiiaSD lto do with creating the indebtedness now : . 1 out...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 June 1921

TTJfiSDAT, JUNE 7, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE 'SHERIFF BRINGS IN GAMBLERS i i i , - . ,'.ik - . , MASTER Sheriff Thaxton Believes In Clrcum- , '" " etantlal Evidence and to Make .- Arrest ', . Wednesday" afternoon Sheriff Mel- vln Thaxton and Deputy Sheriff S. E. Storme went to Halfway and arrested Charles Parks and others upon charges of gambling and seling liquor. He denied the charges, but the sheriff thot that a table with several hundred dollars on it, some dice and liquor found in the house would make it worth while to ex plain matters to the judge. Parks was brot in to the county jail and on Mrs. Ulric Johnston and daughter! . Mrs. W. J. Cummins of Metropolis Lois Virginia of Goreville were in arrived in Marion Friday for a visit Marion Thursday morning on busi- at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J, W. cess. Mrs! Claude Bond or Goreville was shopping in Marion Thursday morning. Mrs. L. C, Adams returned to her home near Neilson Thursday after a short visit in Marion with...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 June 1921

J r f r -icvypm THE 6KI.YETXLY J-EAPfiR HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES HELD Forty Six Seniors Received Their Diplomas on Friday Evening. SPECIAL PROGRAM B YTHE GRADUATES Prof. Clark Read Drink water's famous Play, "Abraham Lincoln." The commencement exercises for the Class of '21 of the Marion Town- ship High School were held at the Christian Church i. Friday evening with a large crowd j present. The reading of Drinkwater's play, "Abra ham Lincoln" by. professor E. H. Clark of the University of Chicago, was especially well given and the graduates and friends were greatly impressed by the example of Lincoln : as set forth In the play. This was something new for such an occasion 'hut as Dr. Clark suggested, could be more fitting at the time than the portrayal of the life and character of our martyr president. The platform was profusely dec orated with ferns and wicker baskets of flowers hearing the class colors, lavender and gold. Several rows of seats were marked off in the cente...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 June 1921

T -a- MARIONS!!- WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSO N COUNTY . MARION, ILLINOIS. FliipAY, JUNE 10, 1921 . .'ftU ::-J us H M 11-41 en; ok r m n. irvVol. 46 No. 273. SuDtiCiiutiur. $1.51' Per "Year SHERIFF'S FORGE FIND TWO STILLS HIDDEN Iff GAVE Well Constructed Cave 12 Feet Underground Found r .in Raid. FIRE DESTROYS . THE PROPERTY Booze Was Hauled Away by the Wagon Load 12 Barrels of Mash. Prank Grulis, liviu-i tour miles north of Clifford and seme of his I. -.und'n, believe that it a thing is vorth doing at all i is worth doing well. According to evidence gathered 'by Sheriff Melvin Thaxton and Deputies S. E. Storme and John Layman on Monday afternoon, Grulis was going into the wholesale liquor busi ness. ... The sheriff and his deputies raid ed a cave, In which they found two stills owned and operated it ib claimed by Grulis. The cave was on the side of a hill and extended back for 25 feet and enlarged into a good sized room. From this room a three foot ir shaft went u...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 June 1921

' FAGB TWO TH 5EMI.TVMKLV LtfAMft SEMI-WEEKLY' LEADER "f, W)r w" w"'ta wi inere are tnose who are criticizing Am. I iuiicnta wcjii, iiitu uie war lor lile. Qc' fense of America and not to "save de mocracy" or European civilization. ; The W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pr Six Months Per Tear ...... $ .75 other statements sound well but the facts .1.00 1 Orr1 0 1 n that fllia iT-itrovMlTYinnf linj in - . . i iv"u" vAikAk, bin cutviumcub aau hj 1111111 : All .....1.1 .. -5 , . ... '. I l 11 .. uuotwjjuuiis ijuyame iu uuvauce. i-aper win oeim spna hpr RDTIS into war fnr flnv voaonn stopped at expirations time paid to unless renewed.. Li, V , y, reaSOn man iur national ueiense ana wnen we 2s Entered at the post office at Marion, second class mail matter. -Illinois, June entered the war yve had been attacked bv a foreign foe and we had borne all that our people could stand. Col. Harvev uses forceful language at all timesandhe may Lnd un. euu Rushing...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 June 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER f AQP THREE V -BATTING RECORD GIVEN BIG BOOST IN TV0 GAMES Marion Takes Saturday and Sunday Games from St. Louis Dittmans. , . -i i. I'll i-1 SUNDAY SCORE WAS MARATHON CONTES Hnrrline Worked in Fine shape for Saturday's Game Against Shoe Men vnilnwine the disastrous Interview the Marion baseball team had with nne Mr. Davis of Tulsa, Okla., when .tliey visited Herrln one week ago, and were allowed only one hit by the said Mr. Davis, the local baseballites decided their batting averages need ed some lively boosting, so they im ported a reputed team from St. Louis ( viit Marlon Saturday ana bun- day. The visitors were taken out HoBRa Casio's back yard aud turned loose. The Dltliuan, for bucu the St, Louis aggregation were christeneu were allowed not to have lost a game this season, but their reputation has lipen ruined iorever. The Saturday same wasn't so worse, as the scor Vstood Marion , uuunauB, i, uu iv I hiia for 'the locals and live lor' the I visitors, but...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 June 1921

ll U UJ PAGE FOUR-' SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME FOB HUSTLER Program as Announced Gives the Time for all the Activities. EXTRA CONCERTS NOT ON PROGRAM Citizens Invited to Turn out and Participate in the ' Affairs. The following program is practically the complete list of events scheduled for the Hustlers visit. There wm bo however many impromptu affairs given so you Bhould be on the look out all the time. -Thursday, June 9. Registration at city hall all day. j 1:00 p.' m. Parade forms at Logan school grounds. 2 00 D. m. White suit parad marches. 2:30 p. m. Crowning of Queen at Reservoir Park; Mayor presents key of city lo Hustlers president. 3:30 m. Baseball game at the fair grounds . 4:30 p. in. Band concert by st, St. Louis band, and Adams Trio ou public square. 6 to 7:30 p. m. Band concert by Marion band on public square. 7:30 to 8:30 p. m Band concert, St. Louis band at Reservoir Park. 8:30 to 10:3 p. in. Hustler vaudev.lio al Reservoir Park. Friday June 10. . National Trap Shoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 June 1921

r SF - A - CB - . . WEE! LEADER w THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 274 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921 GASS PERRIN KILLED FRIDAY NIGHT BY ADTO PUT WREATH ON PILLOW GASKET Herrin Water Commission er and party were Returning from Hustler meeting WRIGHT INJURED SEEKING HELP Coroner McCown Held Inquest at Marion Undertaktakes Saturday Morning. Speeding for home about midnight, Friday the Essex automobile driven by Water Commissioner Cass Perrin of Herrin overturned near Halfway and Perrin was instantly killed and the other occupants ot tho cur were tei'ously iniiivpd. - lire Chief Ab Laudo.1 ;imi tlany Williams of Herrin were Injured wlifn the car turned over and Roe Wright and Clyde Fowler, tho other ocupants of the car were thrown clear of the wreckage. YVright then went to road to stop a passing car and got help, but the car refused v stop, striking Wright and breaking f his leg. The only description of the car that he 'could give, was that it had...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 June 1921

TPBSDAt. JtW 14. M (SKSTT9 1 I I 7 F1AMQN SEMI-WEEKLY LEADEE THE REPUBLICAN-DEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. ' Marlon, Illinois. ' W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ....... -7! Per Year 1-60 All subscriptions payable to advance. Paper will be (topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tbe post office at Marion, second class mail matter. ., Illinois, aa . Insure Americas Life. A "Babson Report" to his Financial Clientele. The need of the hour is not more factories or materials, not more railroads or steamships, not more armies or more navies, but rather more education based on the plain teachings of Jesus. The prosperity of our country depends, on the motives and purposes of the people. These motives and purposes are directed in the right course only thru religion. .Legislation, bounties, or force are of no avail in determining man's attitude toward life. Harmony at home and peace with the ...

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