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-- " el 1lie colnnl(llli~y. ~,:til~tl~l at toe poa~olhce at Paiouse Sanl was siio~H Washington. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS : One Year .................. $2.00 .~ix months ................ $1,00 Telephone Main 67. FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1921. l}assador.. The first julnp oat of tbeI ~was grossly exaggerated because I,~-i into one of the holes and one man box he ~aakes a speech and gets bet was too shrewdly IOyarl to be]sta, rts the engine to going while an- everylmdy in bad No one know:~ hoodwinked b>' specious promises, tooi other takes a spade and stops up all whether he i.~ talking by a[lthority or innately decent to believe that lts l by bis own rambling- instinct. How- rights were paramount to the nation-I the holes front which be sees smoke coming, and in this manner they suf- ever, it may be that Harding wilt al welfare. The time is pasl when~ fecate the squirrels. It is said to be have to do as Woodrow did, it: he radicals will wear the button of the l a very effective way of eradicating wants to sav~ his face.-- Rosalta Ci~- I. ~V. Vq. in the face of their central!the squirrelm i izen-aouraal, labor council ausociates. It is pa:~t i THANKS WHERE THANKS IS DUE. This uution has much to be tbank- l'nl gor. Just cow the heartiest ntt~a.~;tlre of gratitude is dne and pay- :thle tv the Anlerican l~'ederation of habi,r, which hus persevered against radicalism in the ranks until the soviet idea lies prostrate, Prophets who a, year ,,l" so ago. when any cen- tral lalior c(mncil was a seething vor- lex of dissension~ predicted the de- sertion of the American principle by l~l.lr, shonld read this paragraph: "'Without discussion th~ annual I convention of tile t;ederation sns- rained the action of its comluittee on organizalion ill non-concurring in , e,)*,s, it resolution calling for 'one body of [lien. We believe Ibis .sserlio,l l~ ; ~x, may n~-:l both Sa,ns ~u,l ! workers litroul~h amalgamations, fed- true. Who has tile lleI'l'e tv conlbat ptthlic i~pinion" What is public odin-]'t('h:;'~ but whi,'h ,[ '1,,. |w, " '"'d era.tions and prolccfive agree- Ion InaOe of hill ideals? If a (}Ollllillli| , ,,'raTheI" I;~ { ' inents.' "' ity's ideals are high, ltnbitc opinion- - ~ S simple, sv sanely, sv effeclively supports lhe t.hing,~ that :Ire nldii't--. THE LAMB AND THE WOLF. ~as bvlshevisnl interred at I)env~r. ing; if its ideals are h,w ;t lything The nnmber of robberies occurring{ For the rejected resol,ltion called for that is elevatin~ is svolfed ;,I l-t~znc~.llhese (lays Ix a matter thai is eau:,-!the "vile big listen," the (ire:tin of the public library is :, lacier thai ln/~ [ll[lch discu.~sion. Where there i.~!the I. W. W. ProllaKandist, and an tends to eh*vate pul)lic Ollillh~l, ;tlid}ull ~I:e~I tiler6 is 8ur~ It} be a eause iarra, Bgenien( wherahy the dates of all thus raises tile standard of living ~ndsoltlowlle.re. S~Hne i)IP.ce the blame of}union contracts should expire vlllnu]- I)y so doing r'tise tile level el the[the ,,rilae w~ve upon this, stune upon]tan,q)usly, togelher with the 1 pledge Ihought of the community, lhat. Al[llt)st every instittltloB conit,;4}th;M' any or all crafts, as reqnil-ed. Public opinion is law alld htx~ ist lip for its share of the I)lalne. The tshould l'ally to the cause of one. public .pinion. During the war thisl in.vie man. the teacher, the nlini~ter, i Suctl WaS the "class ,onsciotls" plan was exemplified, ~vhell lllell ('~lllle] the courts t~le j)arenls ;ill hav'o been }of rellellhm and overthrow of Artier- ican government. It was the plan that radicals attempted at Seattle. In the .~hameful general strike that for- i trade lights to hospitals and burial 'privileges to the dead. It was the 'plan that ~rinnepeg knew the bru- tality nf. ~l) lh,~ lowest degree. Both ~hese failed, but. nothing daunted, the schemers planned to gain control ,of the entire federation and dictate terms to the nations, Sane and couraffeous Counsel - -- - i J| i i, ,i i i i, Will come with "Tom," They will be here about JULY 2O It will be to your inter- est to wait for them, LUESIN6 SH0[ R[PAIRING AND ACC[5 RI[S Thee. N. Luesi.g Shields Block backed by public -plnil)n. We know of no better lllll'SeFy (~f correct pttblie opiniHlq that] tile Dtll/- lic library, such as the ladies of Pa- lonse are trying' lo maintain. It should have tile sill)port of all gvod cltizen~ of Pah)use A home laleni play ahould be ffotlen 111), socials or sales should be given for its benefit or the churches should eon,~ider wayg and. means for its suppnrt. It is truly a civic as,~.t. WHICH CITIZEN SERVES BEST T Sam and John were neighbors. John W'a~l in con|forte b] e r" lrculasIa.ll ees Sam never contributed tv the church He always protested against all in- crease in the teaehiu~ fvrce in the schools, always follghl good roads.