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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

News of the-Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal -. OCCUPATION OF MALINES BY THE GERMANS BURNING UP LOS ANGELES OPIUM DEN OUTFIT . . ...... :: . * MORE CANADIAN TROOPS JOIN THE ALLIES i. ., - " . -.i. . . . . -oE --,.__1CL ,.I *hm those Canadiaa troops rmeaed P1lymouth they w ere given a great ovation. Presumably they are now _i -" ag line in Belgium or France.  BRITISH MARINES ASHORE AT TSING TAO .-" ..8 .'t • - . ',% .". :.::. 4r 'A: ··· t t. ...... ..- . ' .:.:...... _4.. . -....- blodle' of the sea battalion of the British navy, laded at Traing Tao to eo.operU~ with the Ja~panese in M SS JESSIE BORTHWICKE Jessie Borthwlcke, daughter of Borthwicke. and niece of Lord wicke, who carried 1,040 wound from Antwerp to France om SCreiC ymact Grace Dmrm. BELGIANS TAKE REFUGE IN HOLLAND t1 This photograph was made at Patto. a Holland frontier town:. whi, 0 SBelgians were Seeing arses the border by thousands for rege uade Dutch sag, which 1s se- at the left....

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

The Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ...................... Editor o0 W. L. Rountree ..... ......... Manager c( OkiMal Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madisne Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered Jan. 1 1908 at Tallulah, La., post office as second elass mail meter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. fl The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions j( od correpeeodents, which may appear in its columns. Tallulah, Madison parish, La., Saturday, November 14, 1914. New Orleans vs The Country. P -li The recent election on the constitutional o amendments demonstrated very clearly that '1 the political leaders in New Orleans control i( the policy of the State in all cases in which ti no general upheaval has been precipitated. c' While this condition exists because of the 0 large vote in the city, neither alarm nor re- c sentmentshouldbe felt. Political conditions h there have changed in the last few year...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

*H RENT. Slge barn in Tallulah in first class re r-with ten foot shed on each side, sitable for storage. Apply to John 1E .SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE Mrs, J. D. Sevier was visiting in "sDolsh Wednesday. as the guest of Mlr. D. Hall Allen. Mr. Max Levy, of Lake Providence, pad through Tallulah Wednesday on his way to Rayville. Mr. aod Mrs. W. H. Ward, of Mans gwd, was in town Wednesday. Hen. D. D. DeMons formerly of Mad lan, but at present in St. Louis, is vwMag relatives in Tallulah this week. Mr. and Mrs. willie Godbold, ol Texas plaitation, was in the city Sunday. asmsrs.J.W. Cobb and B. T. Mitchell spent part of Tuesday in Tallulah. SiMessrs. W.A.Giipin and P.H.Herbert t several days this week visiting te Shreveport fair. lbe School entertainment was post. pesed from last night untlll Tuesday aight at 8 o'clock. Miss Virginia Robinson visited the , breveport fair last Saturday. eon. J. B. Snyder spent this week in Lake Providence, where court was in S N.! 01 Johnson and son...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

"'°"°°'r,"';,6r cwmw ."'6 F EDE.'IpRICI PA1LMER In this story Mr. Palmer, the sMted war oerreepondent, has paint ed war as he has seen it on many battlefields, and between many na tions. His Intimate knowledge of armies and armaments has enabled him to produce a graphic picture of the greatest of all wars, and his knowledge of conditions has led him to prophesy an end of armed oonfliots. No man Is better quali fied to write the story of the final world war than Mr. Palmer, and he has handled his subject with a master hand. CHAPTER I. A Speck in the 8ky. It was Marta who first saw the speck In the sky. Her outcry and her bound from her seat at the testable brought her mother and Colonel Westerling after her onto the lawn, where they became motionless figures, screening their eyes with their hands. The new est and most wonderful thing in the world at the time was this speck ap pearing above the irregular horizon of the Brown range, in view of a land scape that centuries of civilizatio...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

*IS MERCURY, IT SICKENSI STOP USING SALIVATING DRUG S a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels 0uutipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."-It's Fine! lious! Your liver is slug- E gp feel lazy. dizzy and all r Sat. Your head is dull, your y ggted; breath bad; stomach btwels constipated. But don't , g calomel. It makes you gay lose a day's work. is mercury or quicksilver 1 des necrosis of the bones. crashes into sour bile like breaking it up. That's when - that awful nausea and cramp want to enjoy the nicest, gen or and bowel cleansing you ) crieneed just take a spoonful Dodson's Liver Tone. Your or dealer sells you a 50-cent - Dodson's Liver Tone under "lidal money-back guarantee each spoonful will clean your ANTED itlfrrui% larn. ut-or Mano hrn Ia.- I ". ws e cs loatd. Hunu eIn and lnctsre are I-owing t,, Sraytes norberm Incuie proplty to SAbafuT laond of l dchrlouoa. W. SIVII full denciptluma. a a Pave monf on your eotin med or .yrefunded. Order ntJurrUt SCHOOL, ChbarlottN. C...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

DLNLIDICTX0kWR 1J a RYO aAe 1 o The new archbishop first went to . . Bologna in 1908. He immediately adopt S. .ed energetic measures to exact the full S- est observance of the strictest discipline from his rather free and easy-going cler :: gyv and when they protested, saying: ". , "In the past things were managed dif ferently." the new archbishop would re ply: "Yes, but let the past alone; we have the present to deal with now." Though far from rich, the new pope was famous for his enlightened and gen erous charity. It is calculated that dur ing the eight years he was in Bologna he spent some 15,000 francs a year of his own private income and none who sought help at his antechamber ever . went away dissatisfied. The see of Bologna has always been occupied Ic|~a Z 'a by a cardinal. This, although not a right, was a J tradition which had invariably been respected and the Bolognese expected their archbishop to ELLA CHIESA was almost exiled from receive the purple shortly after his appo...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

.... THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTRiEE BliR 4., P'ublish.e ra TALL LAII, MADISON PARRIIH , L IISIANA, SATIURDAY, NOVEi BlRI 2, 1 .1 NEW E E-- I N I _L__ ,_____| EME ASSAULT BY THE GERMANS OTHER OFFENSIVE MOVEMENT Is ABOUT TO BE LAUNCHED IN THE WEST. REACH FRENCH COAST Fleet Resumes an Effective 'g"lbardment of German Positions Along the Belgian Littoral. Newspaper unlnn News S crvire. isndon.-While undertaking im tasks in the East, the Ger according to all accounts are g to launch another offensive uent in the West. It is believed will make another effort to get to the French coast and per at the same time try to force line of French fortresses in the noe region. The Germans have been violently uhgbarding Ypres in Flanders. Sois in the Aisne valley and Rheims; they have been making attacls firee in the Argonne region. The claim the assaults in the last region have been repulsed, the Germans say they have been ground steadily. Asy or all of this activity may be to divert attention from...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

BERTHA KRUPP, GUNMAKER It is a strange thing that in the great European war one side persont fies its destroying force as a charming young woman and the other as a ven erable old gentleman. It is "Bertha Krupp" who fights for the Germans and "Papa (reusot" who fights for the French. The (;er man soldiers often say "Itertha is talk ing again" t hen they hear the shriek of the terrible Krupp guns and the French soldiers say "Papa Creusot is giving the Germans a lesson." Of course, everybody knows that Bertha Krupp is the principal heiress I of the great Krupp gun works at Es sen. probably the greatest establish ment of its kind in the world. The name "Papa ('reusot" is really taken from the place--Le ('reusot-where the French guns are made. The Itaroness Bertha Krupp von .l.Bohlen, or, as she will always be ::·.: . \ known, Bertha Krupp, is unassuming, charitable and beloved by all those who have the fortune to know her. Icertha is one of two sisters, the only children of the late Alf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal RUSSIAN CAVALRY PENETRATING GALICIA S. r.. h : :> : . • 1 . 1 {. This photograph shows a great body of the so0-called irresistible cavalry of Russia crossing a broad plain In cen Wm Galicia. :·~~~ X~Cqp~rr~~r~nkP"~ kikp· .r ·.::ux5:, **.pq *i~~4~~94:~i ~1 ·: ·. i~~~~riw~w wb~~JgOL r i : i th-r~ -·L~5 ~j~~ '1%L~~· 7 r ' 4 $ K s~ This photograph shows a great body of the socalled Lrresisti~le ca'.alry of Russia crossing a broad plain in cen WaR Galicla. CRUMBLING FORTS OF THE SULTAN r Ji o, . i.. ' . . .7.. This ancient fort and battlement, which Is crumbling with age, is one of fortifications about Constantinople depended on by the Turk to keep out Sallies. Beyond the tower is the residential district of Constantinople. TAKING WAR PRISONERS TO CAMP 0 ti e a r PORTUGUESE ARTILLERY IS READY S .l.........ma a.m. ... Sctne In the village of Pan, France, where the entire population hea turned out to see a column of 30...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

The Madison Journal. published every Saturday morning. George Spencer Editor| G eorge Spence r ............... . .... ................Editor W. L. Rountree ................ Manager a Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee ( Board, Marlis'n Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered Jan. 10 1903 at Talldiah, La.. post office as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. , The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions f of corresnondents, which may appear in its columns. Taluklah, Madison parish, Ls.. Saturday, Noveinb r 23, 1911. Between fighting Germans and breaking in American mules the Brittish army will F have a rocky road. C A gentleman holding two two bales of cotton wants to know how he can break in to the $135,000,000 cotton pool? C The thought occurs to us that had Wil- I son been defeated we may have had severe t business depres ;ion during the present season I S The four million ton crop of sugar cane for Louisi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

PFOR RENT.I Large barn in Tallulah in first class re pair with ten foot shed on each side, suitable for storage. Apply to John E. Yerger. SJEIAL, PERS31'AL, AN OTHE WISE. scnator A. K. Amaker spent Monday in Tallulah. Alr. E B. Nelson, of Waverly spent - Sunday in Tallulah visiting friends. Mr. Alex Clark, of Mound was in town . M: nday. Judge E. C. Montgtomery :ad Mr. R. L Rues spent part of Monday in Delhi. President E. C. Rhodes. of Tensas was in town Tuesday. Mr. Isidore Kauffncma spent Sunday in Vicksburg visiting relatives. Mr. G. L. Bishop, of Midwa was in town Wednesday. .Mr Joe S. Schregleman, of Ashley - was in town Tuesdfay. Mr. Ben Ervil, of Lake Providence wa- in Tl'alullah We.nesday. Mr. George M. Long, of Delta was in .town Wedne.sday. Mr. N. W. Thomas, of Thomastown was in town Wednesd..y. Mr. A. S. Coltharp made a business tri., to baton Rouge this week. Mr. R. C. WeLb, of Willow Glenn was 1:. Aa.,u;L.h Wer.esday. b r I ecn Cialk and Col. F. L. M-:; Wed, of uound w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

The Last Shot BT FREDERICK PALMER Ir.swrhL 1914. by Charles Scribner'a Sons) SYNOPSIS. I it is 1 At their hone ,n t!,. fr,,nti.tr !,-tw,. , n tW( II the Browns anrl ;riays 11'rtit I ,,aLr.l n I lt her mother. * nt, ri:nit.,: -t,.r- shall ling of th,. (;-K. . . " :, I. ,tr, dren staff intellig,.r:,'" .",,'te.r of tl lr I wl. rti Injured t,v a . ts . e. 1i artu Years late. W. st.rlin . ', "' . but grip real rh ,f . tf staff . r 4 nf. ,ut 1 find Tir. rnealt:'atI l .; w tr. -I'' t" I"ats ,n the crmparattv. .:. ':: 1 " :" f tn :d fti r- thirt! ta,i, wh Is 's :tiriK in n * ;r,. i '; ,t !. f. WVeterllng .n:l: t.n Marto -i ,, ti. ls flin i of her t*,a,'h ni. .-tlMl-".n th.. f ,ll.- tf wa:r (,fI it' arnd tartl.t l.iatriot.wtl . I'L 1,11iii tIo r.- 11 re vent war ,it.t,,. I.. I- c i f -tff. It ii r predlets bth· If h.- rnlh . a Aar tA lnst the tailn Browns h." will :ant win. llet CHAPTER IIl-Continued. mnind '1 hen "You thin~k I am joking?" she asked. th.' I "Why, yes!" reer "But I am ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

MEL MAKES YOU SICK, UGH!. IT'S MERCURY AND SALIVATES aighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's ULiver Tone." Clo Caomel makes you sick. Take of the vile, dangerous drug to sad tomorrow you may lose a work. grsiel is mercury or quicksilver to causes necrosis of the bones. liM, when it comes into contact *0 sour bile crashes into it. break. WIt up. This is when you feel that gsl nausea and cramping. If you Saslggish and "all knocked out," If liver is torpid and bowels consti _l or you have headache, dizziness, siMtd tongue, if breath is bad or incb sour, Just try a spoonful of giales5 Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's my guarantee-Go to any OK store or dealer and get a 50-cent of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take spoonful tonight and if it doesn't The Gown Fits. Uice--"l)oes Maulds new gown fit lgure?' Marie-"It fits what she people to think is her figure." Long Livers. "Can you tell nme which class of le lives the longest?" "Why, centenarians. I belie...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 November 1914

GERMIANS DRILL TURKISH INFAINTRY 4i ' : i .. ... ..(8 · '1 :-:i · 7 -., :: ' , ii 'Vb S. " . . Some of the Infantry of the Turkish army and one of the German officers whlo have been drilling the sultan'a soldiers for the emergency that has arisen. SEES TITANIC nar tree STRUGGLE FOR e POLISH CAPITAL laps( Newspaper Correspondent In thet Thick of Great Battle in saw Petr the East dier tien Ti HAD CITY IN THEIR GRASP me I fto en a Germans Had Only to Walk in and thr Take It, But Overnight Delay Cost to Them Victory-Vivid Picture pu of Bloody Conflict the and By FRANCIS M'CULLAGH. don Correspondent Chicago Daily News. to t Petrograd, Russia.-The German ad- lyin vance on Warsaw was achieved as a result of that most difficult operation R known as a chase of front, performed > with marvelous speed and eiciency. the The transfer of one-fourth of the Ger- Inv man army from Belgium to Poland the was the least of the diaculties that the were overcome. Far greater was the aw, establishment o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BOUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLU-LAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA-, ATURDAY, I--)E(EBE 5, 1914 NEW EIE lS REAOY FOR AN ADVANCE N SUCCESSES IN POLAND NVA REMOVED DANGER OF INVASION OF GERMANY. rwersper Union ,News S. r Ice. -The situation shows, in the of military critics, that the i ripe for the resumption of ac ieamrations against the Russians, were hindered by the advance reinforcements in northern The German successes, the contend, have removed the of invasion of Germany. -While depreciating the ex reports of Russian sue to the battle in northern Po where the German emperor has Field Marshal von Hindenburg iler his advice and to encourage the latest available official from Russian headquarters that the advantage in the fight l lies with the Russian army. It g officially said that enormous have been inflicted on the Ger but no mention is made of the of German divisions whicl ees so freely claimed by the Pe correspondents of London and papers. to this are the Ger...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

5ýýs Underneath the High-Cat Vest A Business Adventure of Emma McChesney By EDNA FERBER Air o wDom O'm.+w "a...d SiA Dm. " de. Coopus b7 lrricks A. tokops 7m. We all carry with us into the one- ma night-stand country called Sleepland, a sol practical working nightmare that we sol ue again and again, no matter how I'n varied the theme or setting of our sic dreanm-drama Your surgeon, tossing ca uneasily on his bed, sees himself cut- wi ting to remove an appendix, only to th discover that that unpopular portion BL of his patient's anatomy already bobs co in alcoholic glee in a bottle on the top of shelf of the laboratory of a more alert tro Irofessional brother. Your civil en- tia gineer constructs imaginary bridges sn which slump and fall as quickly as they nu are completed. Your stage favorite. li, in the throes of a post-lobster night- an mare, has a horrid vision of herself su "resting" in January. But when he it, who sells goods on the road groans tu and tosses In the clutches of ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CANADA'S WARRIORS NOW IN THE WAR ZONE .. .... ..: 4: . . part at least of the Canadian contingent is known to be at the front in Flanders and northern France. The n shows, above, these fighters from the Dominion marching across Salisbury Plain, and, below, some as Canadian armored cars. WHAT IF THESE GREAT WARSHIPS MEET? e i the very latest of the kaiser's dreadnaughts, the Friedrich der Groese, of 24,700 tons, 1,073 officers and tei 1-inch guns, 14 .inach guns, 14 3.4-inch guns and rve torpedo tubes. Below is the Princess Royal, one of Brital's newest dreadnaughts, of 26,350 tons. She carries 980 occers and men and is equipped with eight 13.6 gesm, 1 four-Inch gum, five mortars and two torpedo tubes. - - - - - - - - - - POINCARE'S CHATEAU IN RUINS a private chateau of Presideat Poincare of France at ChatPgny. after it bombarded and sacked by the Germans. TURKISH RED CRESCENT WOMEN r of the Red Crescent. a Turkish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

adison Journal. ed Cevry Satnrday morning. ' , e Spencer ............. ........ ................E ditor t WT.L. Rountree ......... Manager it Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District LeveeB. Board, Madison Parish Schoo! I~:ard ar.. Village of Tallulah. Enter..d Jan. 1, 1:!9 at Taliulah, LP., post office as seco;-d glass mail matter u:,der Act of Congre.ss of March 3. 1879._ The Journal is not rc-4ponsib!e f.,r the view:s and opinions I of cornrpandcnts, which may appear in its columns. Ta..ulah, Madison parish, La.. Saturday, December 5, 1914. Officials are beginning to get shaky about the ofiiciency of our navy. The best grades of rough rice have brought as much as $4.15 per barrel. It took nearly four thousand dollars to send Uncle Jce Cannon back to Congress. I Every cloud has a siiver lining, but t some of them have a cycione in the middle. I - - Some people cannot stand prosperity,1 but suffering from this cause has been +greatly reduced lately. Two negroes, implicate...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

FOR RENT. Lame barn in Tallulah in first class re pair with ten foot shed on each side, saitable for storage. Apply to John E. Yaeger. SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. Mr. Benj. T. Mitcnell, of Afton was is town Friday. Mi. Will S. Holmes made a business trip to New Orleans this week. Mr. Odie. manager of Mansford store at Mansford, was in town Thursday. Mr. Abel Evans, manager of Enoka Sercantile Co., was in town Thursday. Mr. E. B. Nelson, manager of Waverly plantation was in town this week. Hon. J. M. Johnson returned to Hot Springs Sunday where his family is staying, . Mr. T. P. Kell, of King anda member' of the Levee Board, was in Tallulah Thursday. Hon. Jeff B. Snyder returned from New Orleans Wednesday where he had been spending several days. Mrs. Carneal Goldman is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Spen cer. The Tallulah Orchestra left Friday for Winnsboro where they played for a dance given at that place last night. Cotton is selling below the cost of produ :tio...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 December 1914

The Last Shot BT FREDERICK PALMER (Caw t. 1914. by Chad Scribaner Sons) 4 SYNOPSIS. see - Ise At their home on the frontier between sad the Browns and Grays Martia Galland and eve her mother. entertaining ('olonel Wester ltt of the Grays. see Captain Lanstron. ice staff Intelligence officer of the Browne. -njured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten -ears later. Westerling. nominal vice but tot kel chief of staff, reinforces South La r., meditates on war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- me ta, who is visiting in the Gray capital. Westerling calls on Marta. She tells him of her teaching children the follies of war Yo and martial patriotism, begs him to pre- of vent war while he is chief of staff, and predicts that if he makes war against the sti arowns he will not win. On the march a with the ad of the Browns Private Stran Iky, anarchist, decries war and played- Clt out patriotism and is placed under arrest. Colonel lAnstron everhearing. begs him 06. the CHAPTE...

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