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Palouse, Washington
December 30, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December 30, 1921

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t victton of a criminal and then sitting DEI:~('TS ARI~ENIAN HORRORS.' either. The stores are all closed, be- back and watching the laws being cause there is no purchasing power violated in a small way every day is in the peooie. They are just waiting a poor way to reduce crime. Most HolTib]e Butchery in Histol2,' ,~f :~,,r .~mno b~ hearted, noble and com~ ......... the WorM. ~v~e,~ ~:e:~sam leo.der to rise among big Incomes to 32 per .cent and an- other group which held out for the 5o, per cent rate. Representative John W. Summers t):' Washington and Sinnott of Oregon, wiH~ other leaders of the agricultural blo,: ir~ the house organized and by "T}le ID [)F,! :' !Ullhi?l P jllcce [ ....................... WHY MAR THE BUILDINGS? Ibutchery i1~ the history ~f lhc ,,.orlq," C. 1~, BROWN .... Editor. It has been the custom for yearsi is the eharacteriz: lion ~ff lbe Tur'.g- whether Greek. Armenian ,,r ev~m icvlly ought to be. but the transmit- smnetimes Turkish subjects. Hq de-l ~:..