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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

Vol. 4 BIXBY WINSHS9O MAJORITY WOMAN SUFFRAGE CARRIED IN THIS STATE Ulxby 1c elected. H'lliiighain voted • dry". FerndbU' voted "dry '. Women will vote in this state hero after. Sumas vojed "wet, and will couk, f t r Lbs next year at least, a Oantel t r saloon and lawless interests Humphrey carried this county and his district and is re-elected to congress. Ib ) a <t Washington will send an all republican delegatkn to congress in spite of the fact that the democrats setm to h*T* won in most states. The clily democrat to Win in What com county is Bert Thomas for ■tariff. Tom Kinney, s ft soap reformer, at. recently baptised prohibitionist, was not as popular as he thought lie was. Kemper was elec ted. Kaufman s v, tc for assessor was as large as his vote for the republi can nomination. Illxbv has about 11500 majority in spite ( f the fact that th> Law and Order League, of Lynden, and the Ministerial psxxiation of Rellingham. turned traitors and joined with the old county machin...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

PAGE 2 " I* H Home Course In Tree Preservation By JOHN DAVEY. Father of Tree Surgery. I.—Keeping Trees Healthy. [Copyright, 1910, by American Press Asso ciation.] IN Scripture we read of "the trees of the Lord," and, 10, one of them is here before you, caught by the camera. (See Illustration No. 1.) ■What an embodiment of Innocence! How majestic! How "fearfully and wonderfully made:" Wlmt a friend of mnn! How It lias stood and wres tled with the storms! There it stands a living tree—aye, a noble creature! Behold those plume-like brunches! No two brunches alike, no two twigs KO. L — "BEHOLD TTTOSE FLUME-LIKE 11KANCHES." the snme and no two leaves of exactly the same pattern. Lift the graceful branchlet reverently; thoughtfully pluck a leaf; study that wonderful or gan; examine its petiole (the leaf stock). Under the microscope the protoplas mic cells are seen to l)o constructed with just as much inherent Intelli gence as in the hand or any part of the human body. The petiole, for ex ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE ■ :: PHONE MAIN 59 Gen. McPherson was In Hellingham last Friday. Prof. Wright accompanied the foot bail boys to I'erudale la*t Saturday. Harry StillweT was in Hellingham Saturday. Carl Heck man. of Seattle, was a Lyn den vltfitor last we«-k. Prof. Sclusman, of the Sumas school visited the Lynden schools last Friday Frank W. Hixby was a Bellinghan visitor Saturda}. Waltfr Elder was in Hellingham last Saturday. Will Heaton is the proud papa of a baby boy. born Saturday morning. Mr. Lovett of Lawrence was visiting the Lynden school Friday. The W. C. T. ft. will meet with Mrs Vaft on Thursday Nov 17th. S. W. Steers, of Sumas, was in Lyn den last Saturday. Arie tluhnan Iffr for inland, a few days ago for the benefit of his health. Mr. Crabtre? and Miss Spencer, both of the Northwood schol were visiting the Lynden school...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, flsst published Aug. 24, l»OI Lvndcn Son, first published June 29. WO* Lynden Sun.Pllot. cstab'd Aug. 10. lOOS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as eecond-class mall natter. July 8. 1901. at the post office at lorn den. Washington, under the Act el March S. IST*. ~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance » felix Months in Advance •••••• " Canada and Foreign one T*ar .. • Advertising Kate. furnished on .pollca, tion. , THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Well it's all over. It the b*st men didn't 'win it isn't your fault nor mine so let's forget it. When is that slate dairymen's convention? T At this writing I don't know who is elected for any office, but this I will say:—Had any honest stranger been nominated homstly by the Pro hibitionists for commissioner in the Hellingham district he would have got a bigger vote than Kin sey's larg3 vote was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

THE WORLD NEWS NOTES General Juan J. Estrada will con tinue as provisional president of Nic aragua for two years, receiving the support of the conservative party. The Republic of Portugal has grant ed amnesty to political offenders and reduced the prison rentences of all criminals one-third. ' The Spanish senate by a vote of 149 to 58, passed the "padlock" bill, which prohibits the creation of fur ther religious establishments in Spain until the revision of the concordat with the Vatican has been completed. Germany has rejected the American proposal in connection with the pot ash export from that country, con tracted for by American interests, and thereby brought on imminent danger of a tariff war with the Unit ed States. The belief is growing that the gov ernment will present a measure pro riding for a remodeling of the Brit ish empire at the coming session of parliament. It is agreed that some thing must be done to meet the dc mand for the abolition of the bouse of lords. lowa Pop...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

PAGE C BURN YOUR BRIDGES. When All Retreat Is Cut Off, Then You Must Go Ahead. Young men often make the mistake When they start on an importaut un dertaking of leaving #open a way of retreat if things go too hard, says Ori son Swett Marden in Success Maga sine. No one can call out bis greatest reserves, do the greatest thing pos sible to him, while he knows that If the battle gets too hot he has a Hue of retreat still left open. Only «:•<>•.-. there Is no hope of escape «'•.. army fight with that ■J*** •» perntiou whi.-h e» •--..< < •'-*«<'«' Many a <rc.t: tv.ari. -.v. warvh on the or,e-.-.y - :■■.■."■.*! S:« end*** behind him, cut «* M» only possible re treat, for *.>e M*vsxg. onvouraglns ef fect upon !v."-.se:f and his army, be cause ho kv.ow that men ouly call out their greatest reserves of power when all retreat Is cut off nnd when fight ing desperately for that which they count dearer than life. We are so made that as long as there is a chance to retreat, a...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Buildino BELLINGH AM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. O. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Of DRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Lat» ITotary Work, Flra Insurance written D. Kit Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc jrawn, Abstracts examined. Collect lons made. A General Law Practice in All Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7:30 a. m. Dally except Sunday. 1:30 p. na. Daily ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 November 1910

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS By Various Correspondents WEST V.eN DUREN". Mrs. 11. C. Wainpler and daughters, Letitta, Muriel and Eva, spent Wed nesday with Ml. anJ Mrs. G. F. Mun dell of Hoo's Mill. William Brigham spent a f«w days with Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Anderson of Booth's Corners. Mrs. M. C. Wampler attended the W. R. C. order to Lynd e n Saturday. A family gathering was held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Riddel on Sun day in honor o: Mr. Riddel's birth day La-nan Wa.npier spent Thursday wl h Htl gi•»«'.%:■•'•• hJI. and Mrs. J. Stafford, of paardonville B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Yount went to Dyn den Tueßday. W. y. Ilaathars ►'••I to Clea brook Krtday. A nwmtior of th" hoys attended ...» p rear blag at S'ortbwood Sunday awes- Ing- I M<i Wampler Mid <■• dren, Leu • Harold, Muriel and Eva spent Sun day evening at tfce Whipple home. Charley Whipple spent Saturday ev ening SI 'he W-jiiM »r h< me. M. J. Men is drove to Lynden one day last week Mr. sad Mr* W. P. Heathers were IB UyD lea Bo ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

Vol. 5 Washington State Dairymens' Association to Meet in Lynden LYNDEN DEFEATED BY THE NORMAL Locals Show their Gam en ess by Holding Heavier Op ponents Down to Close Game. Lynden was defeated by the Normal after a hare' fought contest last Sat urday on t».e local grounds. The Normal lads outweighed the local boys conslderale. The Lynden boys certainly showed the people of Lyndcr. that they had a classy team when they went out of their class and held tb,e Normal boys down as they did. You wouldn't know the Lynden teas, as the same one that started the season. No one man was responsible for the good showing made last Sat urday but by good consistent ieam work they w e re able to hold down the oig huskies from the Normal. 'Stub Cade, was the bright star for the Normals. The Normal executed one brilliant forward pass which look ed like a touch-down but was stopped by running out of bounds. The game started with the Normal kicking off to Lynden. Lynden car ried the ball back several ya...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

PAGE 9 IThU matter must not be reprinted with out special permission.] It is said that a thousand colonies of bees are called Into service annually in tbe cucumber greenhouses of Mas sachusetts to carry the fertilizing pol len from blossom to blossom. A soil supplied with humus is not ouly richer aud better suited to pro ducing plant growth than one that is not, but holds the moisture which it receives far better and does not pack or bake. In latitudes where tbe snowfall is not usually heavy and the winter weather severe it will be better for tbe lawn grass if the leaves are allowed to lie during the winter as they fall from the trees. There Is no particular connection be tween the manure spreader and the telephone, yet both have had a whole lot to do with making farm work more endurable and life on the farm more cheery and enjoyable. Blackleg Is a disease which usually affects calves and young stock only. It Is Incurable by any treatment known at present, but may b» prevent ed by v...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE n a PHONE MAIN 59 Lena Daly was over to Everson Sat urday owning attending the dance Miss Simons visited with her par ents over Sunday in Bellingham. Mr. Strandell , of Straiidfil, was a Lynden business visitor Wednesday. Sheriff Van Zandt was a business visitor In Lynden Monday. Mrs. A. Fortuln was a w«-ek end vis itor in Vancouver, B. C. Sam Lowe visited his fiancee in Blame last Sunday. Harry S. Osgood was a Bellingham visitor Sunday. Dwlght Roe-:- attended the Interur ban Day Exercises. Miss Minnie Turner of Clearbrook, was a week end visitor in Lynden. Mrs. R. E. Hawiey is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Larson, in Blame. Mrs. J. H. Miller, is visiting in Bellngbam. Geo. Butters of Ten Mile, was a business visitor in Lynden Tuesday. S. Slmpier's sister, of Sedro-Woolley is visiting in this locality. Wm. Brigham, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, flsst publishes Rag. 24. ISO I Lvm.cn Sun.first puMlsMd Jenc 29, least Lynden Sun.Pllot. cstaft'4 Reg- >»° 3 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Enter*! as second-class mall Better. July i. IM. at the seat efflc. at Lyn den. Waahlnatee, uader the Act or March t. W*. . — SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance 9M btx Months in Advance "••» Canada and Foreign Te * r •• ' ** w Advertising Rates furnlahed on applica tion. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICE* NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHFS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Election it over, possibly the countr will get a rest from flamboyant polit ical speakers . * New \ork State. ' Malefactors of Gr*at Wealth ■ have all been chased to the tall I'mrer. i'refldeent Taft his gone to Panama. Colonel Roose vlt h_ returned to Oyster Bay, both to nurse a big grouch, or forget a very receg* political upheaval, who will say which? The election la over and the country saved again...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

THE WORLD NEWS NOTES Fred Carleton, S9 years old, the grandsire of the Odd Fellows of the World, is dead at his home In Austin, Texas. Governor Carroll, of lowa, has ap pointed LaFayette Young, editor of the Dcs Moines Capital, to succeed the late Senator Dolliver in the Unit ed States senate.. Senator Young will serve until the next legislature meets, January 8. Hundreds of visitors from several states attended the unveiling at Car rollton. Mo., of the United States gov ernment monument to Brigadier-Gen eral James Shields. Congress appro priated $5,000 for tne monument. One of the civil war s great secrets died with Gen. Thomas T. Eckert, former president of the Western Un ion Telegraph Company and dominant head of the United States Military Corps during the civil war. That se cret was the burial of Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln. General Eckert is said 1 to have been the only surviving man who knew the facts. Oyster Bay vainly wonders what has become of Colonel Roos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

PACE I. P BATTLES WITH VOtf^ In 1780 an Army Wee At**yed Ageinet th* Ravaging Paste. Sin** the. days ofeihe pharaohs the locust has been an unmitigated plague. Pliny relates that In many puces In Greece a law obliged the inhabitants to wage war against tbe Insects three times a year—i. c., in, their various •tates, of egg, larvae add gv , In 1749 locusts the Charles XII.. king of as tb retreating from Bessarabia after its defeat at Poitavaj. C P» •s r og'»Vv ßr © Imagined that he waa being assailed by a terrwc bailsforfnj.r jjsljp JO Ji" In Transylvania In" 1780 the ravages of the locust* !*><*'d«* B WW proportions that the army had sctually to be calied cut to deal with tne pest* and whole regiments of soldiers were employed gathering them up andtpu>' ting tbem Into sacks. A weird, jincanoy looking customer? Is tbe locust. The* general color scheme of his body Is a kind Af lndegalte green/ relieved by wlnge of a whitish coldr. TwVbfec. blank unmeaning eyes give ag utter im...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. i. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Plea and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Of DRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some cholc Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Latt> 2'otary Work, Fire Insurance written Dead*. Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc Jrawn, Abstracts examined. Collect lons made. A General Law Practice in AU Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN J:M) a. m. Daily accept Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Daily except Su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 November 1910

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS NOOKSACK. W. Q. Wai to has moved his family into th* John Pritto place. Mr. Waite is assistant editor of the Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Massey and fam ily leave this week for Southwestern, South Dakota, where tbey expect to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wells of Massachus etts are the guesta of Mrs. Weil slßter, Mrs. S. P. Hayward. W. Prltts and C. Kallander are ser vlng on the jury this week. Mr. Boshaw and family left this week for their home near Sedro- Woolley. Mrs. Mary Horton died Nov. 3rd at the home of her daughter, Mrs Will Pike. Funeral services were held at the M»thodist Church, Rev. J. C. Harrison officiating. DELTA AND SUNNYSIDE. Myron Baldwin made a business trl to Lynden Monday. Mr. and Mrs . John Axling ate Sun day dinner at the C. R. Axling home. Mr. and Mrs. B. Oldemeyer and An na ■ McKee spent Friday evening at tne H. J. Kok home. Earl Anderson and family and C. Ericson and family were entertained Sunday at the P. A. Axling home. Mabel Er...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 November 1910

Vol. 3 hWKSGMNG TRAGEDY. Rostand's "Chantecler" Put Into Shade by These Four Spasms. f l™y«rd. The gobbler has g»*"i >*» taaagj about him and has announced that the morrow la Thanks perlt Bt one ° r tn *« n •> 10 deadly tbs gobbles: "Dusk Is drawing on apace, and unless our wits Avert the blow tomorrow one must die. The cock's shrill note proclaims each coming morn Unto our master's house. To this cock s sympathies We must appeal." SPASM ll.—The lame. The turkey fam ily visit the cock, led by the gobbler, who etrute into the preaenoe of hl» host with great dlsrnlty. THE GOBBLER: "Honored cock, tomorrow la Thanks giving, and I fear that cne of na is doomed to die To satiate the gluttonous proclivities Our common master and his brood dis play. We have observed that at tbe morn you dally sound A clarion note. -That note tomorrow Will pronounce our doom. If you will but neglect To crow onr danger will be past. And, grateful for your service, we will fast The livelong day, and you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 November 1910

*>AGF 2 MANY ARE KILLED IN MEXICAN RIOTS SOLDIERS FIRE INTO THRONGS OF RIOTERS WITH DISASTROUS EFFECTS El Paso, Tex.—One hundred per sons were killed in riots which took place at Zacatreas, in the Interior of Mexico, according to reports received here. Soldiers flred into a struggling body of rioters with disastrous effect. One hundred is the lowest estimate of the loss of life, which may reach 500. A dispatch from Dol Rio, Tex., on the Mexican border, 250 miles east of here, states that rumors are current of a fight which is supposed to have taken place near there between Amer icans and Mexicans. Reports that bands cr Mexicans have crossed the river at different points cannot be verified. County of ficers and United States river guards state that they have no positive in formation of trouble, but have heard rumors of an invasion and attack at different points. Troops Camp on Border. Upon what is regarded as good au thority, it is learned that Brigadier General Hoyt, commanding t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 November 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: :: PHONE MAIN 59 Edith Harris is spending her weeks vacation at home. Mr. Frank W. Bixby was a business visitor at the county seat Saturday. Mr. John Nlpges was a business visitor in Bellingham Saturday. Dorothy Staight has gone to Bell ingham to attend the State Normal. Mr. Pashtot was a Bellingham vis itor last week. Mr. Rayberch of Seattle, is spend ing the week with the Anderson and Jones families. Mr. Waples w-as a business vis itor in Seattle last week. Mrs. A. Burgraff si>ent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mac North. M. A. Hickey returned from a busi ness trip to Bellingham. Th e KPwtrth L t agu e is r e ounmng it 3 wails Hat, you heard a" 0 " 1 »t? H not intntr v about it. Mr. and Mrs. Biggerstaff and family spent the week end with relatives at Sliver Beach. M IBB Trcnip spent Saturday aua t>tinda y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 November 1910

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Peclflc Pilot, first published Aug. 24, ISO I Lynden Sun, first published June 20. I*o4 Lynden Sun.oitot. csteb'd Aug. 10, IOOS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as aecond-claaa mall natter. July 1. 1908. at the poet office at IVyn den. Washington, under the Act of March I. 1375. i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear In Advance Six Months In Advance «•» Canada and Foreign one Year .. .«» Advertising Rates furnl.hed on aopllca tlon. ____———— THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES When a man wakes up to hlmself |f ever he does in this world—it is to the fact that he is an individual with individual responsibilit'es. He has al ready learned that he has individual rights. He cr'ed about that before he could talk. He has discovered that he has Individual powers. He exercised them on some other baty or on the cat before he could walk. Dut his ln divJ':al responsibilities he ...

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