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Indianapolis Indiana Socialist (Newspaper) - July 12, 1913, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana socialist Imd a very Friday from the has a Otura of the b it Lalta party of Marion county to amp i South Dala wait Street a Quot i Jup Olla ind. Board of directors. Pro Oldani Marlon Wiley vies president a. J. Dillon recording Secretary Margaret Ott tre near John Foater other members. A. B. Tolle a amp a Craig and j. F. Essex. Marion Wiley managing editor entered As second class matter May 2. Iso at the Postof rce at Indianapolis ind., under act of Congress of March s. J s�7. Your subscription will be promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time for which you have pm l renewals should be sent to i of aptly so no numbers will be missed As it frequently happens that no Back copies Assy be bad. Rates of six script Iosi one tear three months Bix months advertising rates upon application. Telephone main 4s71._ 76o 2sc 50c educational w s it be aah eat Aaan aaa Asaata a a a a a Abbott s pharmacy f = subjects s a Shelby Ash it in Zottl streets a Fui l link of drugs and druggists sundries manufacturers of the Famon or. Day a a he powders 10c and 26c. Phone new s37tk wtji1 Gell. Ivor n it my Ssara the pm san Diego Cal. July 2.�?yv Ith their Becku hard a Artst the grim Stone Walla of san Diego 8 new $129,900 jail Earnest Ellas Kirk and Harry mar Avail Mckee stood on monday and delivered the message of Sola Sisir to a crowd that blocked the sidewalk for a full half Block and overflowed a into the Street. And Theu they gave themselves up to become prisoners within that jail. What a Parados it was what a humbling in the dust for san Diego proud patriotic Law enforcing vigilante protected san Diego for these two men were sentenced to prison because the courts of san Diego said they had conspired to break an Orui the right to work purpose of government i Reform a a to v. F. Biown Fuci ust l the futility o a the socialist by state Wmk be re Aati Ctorn v Man Staple groceries and Freh be a Tabick in no motto. A Price a Iuah. Corner of Spruce and Minnesota streets it. O. Of bran s Tetter july 13, 1913 Comer Washington Meridian l. Clawson attorney 714 Odd fl1xows to. It to Phi n a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a it a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a the Olive hat the latest style for a twi i Aula to be a Hummer. Inn tar prop we to Kenai the Atlantic to a , Naing Truus Illi a a a fuel. W. A. Fox d. dentist Gas aumi5 it to a. It Naff a �1. A in i nor a Fth a i Smi compel men Weir re and child if a to operate dangerous rna Nance prohibiting free on the Ramery in Toul a racier pin to streets in a prescribed District. A a a or Ong Houre it un4fr the d9s.ol. In orders of irresponsible Bosses. Take Little children out of the Home and school., put them in life destroying factories or on the Street running errands it Al hours of the Day and night begging Selling papera or Selling a me worthless junk. Socialism will furnish a2> incentive to but id Beautiful. Healthful Permane at fireproof houses to live in. Supply the Piu a Aud beat milk meats liquors food and drugs to the Scires for use. Build factories and Organ fixations for preserving use and producing wealth. Provide a generous income for All Jbv it Are unable to work and an Opportunity for All others to earn a Jim Slit a that memorable night on february a 1912, no political speaker has dared raise his voice on the streets. The authorities had made a crime and in on had been convicted for violation of the ordinance. But Here on monday a ame these men to the jail doors to serve their eau Deuce. Aud there in the Shadow of the cells they stood up and poke to a great crowd in the Street and none there was to come and say the. 111 nay. The majesty of the Law Rode by on one Lone Bay horse in using n t to a a Ole ? right nor left. The on. Tilt strove of those who and done to m of a we parcel Post to Cut living ctr st proposed changes will a a my Nate middlemen a Char As. To raise wei6ht Imit. Maryland congressmen to dues living expend so by present pares Post la Large zone shatsm and or transportation Coate Mia a a fart that a three Quot or to Raige a in o in lower farm and standardised product would is marketed direct to tbs con Trainer at one half cent a Ponn-1 in the 1 first Aone. Mel racing an area of 20,000. Moo acre. At 1 cent per Pound la the Accord zone with an additional area of cc.-000.000 acres. At m cent a Pound in the think Zona with an additional area of Ico. A 000,000 area. In other words a family Coo id draw its butter eggs and other farm sip piles from the farms contained in an area of 20,000.000 acres and pay to croon the almost in Onski Ruble tree Porte lion charge of Oue half cent a r Aind. In connection with the re a fir a delivery. Which is of course available to patrons of the parcel Post a new Industry of suburban gardening w uld grow up. In the opinion of Tenut Trof the plan and an enormous b Rasines in fresh Garden and farm products would supplant the present hoards of storage goods. The Rowker would be re liar fed �17-y a us Law was nowhere to be but ramp a raise the Scarlet Banner High a they rang out in the chorus of the militant labor song. Deputy sheriffs looked Orvy a a half dozen Ilia notes circulated a about. But no badge to it of authority shown no protest , la Ball the demonstration. Then it was an old i Man stepped to the front. He was b. H. Evans Bondsman for Mckee for 20 years a Railroad Engineer and valiant Union Man. His Gray hair mud venerable face commanded attention. A or. Sheriff he said �?�1 am on the Bond of Harry m Kee. I now surrender him to you. But i am willing to do More than that for Harry Mckee. I in willing to take his place Aud serve his derm in jail. I am no Good of the outside. 1 am too old to work. I have no family and he has. My family is buried. And 1 am As guilty As he. I have conspired All my life to make this a better world. It was a Climax. Whatever it is that seems to m3ke the very air to tense and throb from Man to Man. From heart to heart whatever that is and i know no word for it it was there to pledge anew the Devotion of those Loyal Folk to the cause of human Liberty. It was just at 12.30 that the March to prison began from socialist Headquarters in the Overbaugh building at sixth and h streets. It was headed by Kirk and Mckee. Just behind them marched mrs. Mckee mix amp a Esther Harry jr., and John Booth Mckee. Mrs. Kirk joined the line on Broadway. Marching on the sidewalk so As not to violate the traffic ordinance the line stretched Back fully a Block. Down through the business District the vigilante kingdom went the line each Marcher wearing a red Carnation. Ing. P nit men. And women to work with the most perfect machinery in sanitary Light and we 11-ventilated work ups. For Short hours under the direction of foremen elected by themselves. A Lvi a every child As Complete an education general scientific or technical As the individual can utilize All expenses of food clothing medical care tuition text books and Laboratory supplies to be furnished by the state. Hospital courting nooks. Debate. Comrade Emil Seidl will debate socialism. With j. A. Bede und or the auspices of the Redpath Chautauqua. Debate will be held at Comer of Meridian and 2oth Street. July 14. Capitalism furnishes an a cent Tab to build ugly unsanitary temporary inflammable tenements to rent. Supply watered milk embalm used meat poisonous liquors foods and adulterated drugs to the people for profit. Build battleships and organizations for wholesale murder and the destruction of property. Force men to sell their Talent and Tomou their bodies for bread. Incl Nati institution to to provided with bom copy Corner. Cincinnati is building a new Hospital which when completed in about eight months will be one of the largest in the country. One feature of that part of tbs Structure which will House the a a my web be some cozy Corners in which the nurses May receive their male friends. Already these pleasant places in which settees will be installed have been styled a courting nooks. Or. C 1l Holmes the father of the institution. Is credited with suggesting the copy Comers. In its general aspects the nurses Home will be like a big private hotel with a roof Garden private Kitchen private Cooks and a private laundry. Made chivalrous by Law. Prep oed Chi Oage ordinance pore a men to Giva ups Ato. Chivalrous Victor j. Schaeffer Alderman from the Twenty second Ward of Chicago would make All other Chicago men equally chivalrous by threatening them with a Fino or imprisonment. Recently be drafted a chivalry ordinance providing a that any male person upward of the age of twelve years and of sound body who shall decline to relinquish Bis seat to any female person in any Street car or other Public conveyance provided there Are no unoccupied seats shall be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and shall be punished by a Fine of not Lesa than $25 nor More than $100 or imprisonment for a period of ninety Days or then came the suffragists who recently won the ballot for women. They intimated plainly that they believed the chivalrous Alderman was Angling for female votes Speed or dark has moved because Hia Washington landlord rated t e i it a a it a m. Nth. Hot men Baltimore have foot fired expensive French cd Tai be Cinao they could t Fry wbk Tocoi Veo to Urvi Cooks. In t bankruptcy a ssh at of ii Pula the nose until Cawl court mid a debtor Nancee sly tracer her k u by ring. Sien s in a pure food meter tips of to a Aix Groe. By a torus in a Well Era own. I it Mer i sort not a single first teas a b egg we found. Yonk rpm. wife wrote hot Bat l that so had eloped Iii % neighbor Wane Hgt had threatened to kill if she Duminy and Sha eco a Merecy to her a st to save a l a a a life. Socialism and ethics 0 4. Bain rot 121. C. W. Dill groceries and meat Oil Rwy at. A a a was Ysa go amp ask re or Elt it it it f�s�1 it Mcaa Elm Barber shop . Prop. Union shop in h. I it Ftp a War traction time a Quot. Table a Lacic gift Way r -1 Levi Hubli Tif n As a. M. A m m a. J my �T�i14�. Manual to marry in Asp Tambur. Tho marriage of sex King Manuel of porn Gnu and Princess Augustine Victoria daughter of Prince William of Hohenzollern. 1� to take place in september according to dispatches from begin Ringen Germany. The advil ceremony will be performed on sept. 3 and the religions service on the following Day. Of butter for which a Fanner his acquaintance rec Elm 72 Cut and which representative David j. Lewis paid $1.06 for upon Ita re ceif gig tested to the congressman one reason u for the High coat of living and it remedy. To eliminate middlemen a c larges and lower transportation Costa by n More extensive syst a of hard \ Post is or. Lewis proposal to reduce living expenses. Or. Lewis who rep a beats a Maryland District in Cong res was the author of the parcel Post Bill which Wotli some amendments made a the Senate produced system r jul Oto ration. The changes he propose in that a present Law Are As follows raise the weight limit to 100 Panda. No weight limit on so Mea delivered to the railway Ter Nunal a the consignor and collected from it by the consignee. A zone system of 100 Miles to each zone including the local zone. A rate of one half cent per Pound for each zone Phis the initial it Harge of 3 cents arbitrary for the Pound. An improvement of class Fichtl it is to include Hooka effect of change. The effect of these changes according to or. Lewis would be to reduce Carriage charges and tiny Cost of living. It would do this he says by providing adequate transportation for retail shipments that is. In sizes to suit the Consumers needs direct from the producer. A farm products eggs chickens Batter. Hams 3tc.�?Are usually produced to retail form a says or. Lewis a but there is now no system of direct transportation from the farm to the Kitchen. They must go into the roundabout processes of Commerce which double the Price to the consumer. A there is now no transportation fur retail shipment As the railway in in. Aged Only in the wholesale or commercial business. Its minimum weight is 100 pounds too High of real j por. Chasers. Besides it does not articulate with the farm. The express company does not articulate with the farm and its rates Are three times Normal and prohibitive. Transportation in accounting Burden prevent both pm Uvraj and express companies from a Tang rates proportional to the weight c f the Small or. Lewis regards the parcel pct As the natural Agency to carry retail shipments. It does not do so now because of two restrictions on Ita operations the prohibitive weight limit and to Ltd Normal Pound rate. The latter according to or. Lewis is from four to it Aux times the coat of Serviou on Short die Tanyea. What flan would . Here in a word is what would Imp. Perl Ltd or. 7 Ewis i no were to become a Law of of buying and Matt a Taining an Koepe de. C Traer vapor air u system of Hia own. J Dewey discusses the nations naval needs. A a a / w. Art paying per Ina Urano a Saya that Dea not incurs. Declaring that a adequacy of naval strength on the part of the United states a Calls for a Navy second in strength to that of England Only and that la his opinion a Inadequacy is a invitation to War Quot Admiral Dewey in an article entitled a naval efficiency a Public duty a which he wrote for the official program for Nav it Day it a Newport. R. I., adds that the nation la now paying for naval insurance which Doea not insure. A believe it is the duty of each generation Admiral Dewey Saya a to pay it own insurance and not to Throat Tiv burdens on the generations that come after and the insurance for peace la a Navy Strong enough to compel to. The Only function and justification for the existence of s Navy i the preservation pity fur poverty a nth a Quality Aud to Edom recognition of Cial in Totice and a desire to remm e it i it not soc Luin. Condemnation of wealth and res Jet Coc porn it such As we fir. I in Chri 1 1 Tlly v and other religion Ltd a not social n. The Volat of irly times a it was Beix no the to private property a. J it a All times and among r. 11 1 1 Ren it c elusive dream of join comb it it a b not Sci album. The f Fri Pic Toji n Avdoc nerd by the Folk Are a it Cir if the of a cd Ualita exr u re a dam. In All Ilick no nor there h Ucki st ,.-_ _ i aim in u pus it a Hiedix Anapol a a i agn sport v. Taviti a Ltd vat it Isa it p. A a a a a r a r or rt-46 a i so a be a a a a a to a a a 9 m in. A her a Piudik society s. M a in so i Apitale sad Ray 1 8 is Manhout i social Aid b haul no. Fact socialism a the the real with it Chi a a. I album i lha r i it c a these it t a ethics air to must be Kef i a who re a Ense c a Pilarta. Ops i striving a tit hum a a Quality a Tali to idea of the car of Stet in Orocu in pc a a a of the dam Ruggle without who a 1 Diodero soc aim it a y. A ver Hax Corse to a Lull con v c nature of Cap italic Gocr by and nation of mod Ern soc us. Know it that a socialist Rove Sci out its Che kit so the that is an Iid equate Navy is a my class struck my h a thing else but of a strength sufficient to meet and1 a fifty soda Ibi books a a-4 Idro Ramtu. S be Druist fever All c 1 a us a a a a a j to .1. C p a a a _ s Fea ask the a i. J a f Bitzane 4 a a tar 1? Urf a for m. A car que. To �5u�oum a a it in 3rt�8a out pm. To offer gym Trau a or i. Ltd to re a net Cit in oct Naod nut log. Roloa s a of peace. To perform this function the unt Hii Navy must be adequate and. Though so much discussed in these recent times the word a adequate As applied to then amp by has but one in Aning. And defeat any probable enemy. A Othla strength la not absolute but relative and varies from period to period a the other Nal Powers of the world vary their naval strength. At the present period a adequacy on our pert Calls for e Navy second in strength to that of England Only and in my opinion Inadequacy la an invitation to All California goods Pec Ceroo Harry Klein in air to imported and a it it wines and liquors wholesale Cigar and tobacco my Kentucky ave in disc old phone my. A we on Selvea through Lack of foresight of our fathers and Grandfather paid the penalty of our generation in the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives and our sons Aud grandsons have been paying the Costa of the billions of dollars wasted and the hundreds of Millous in pension for which they were mortgaged and they still continue to pay. A we Are paying today for the Navy a a insurance which Doea not insure us. Roughly $1.50 per capita per annul. Heal Dea what has already been paid in live and Money we Are a till mortgaged by Lack of foresight in our fathers. To the extent of to National debt and the additional $1.80 per capita per annul that we Are paying in pensions. A shall our Lack of foresight continue this system of mortgaging the coming generation or shall we add the relatively email sum needed to the it nth Itu Dent insurance we already pay to make that insurance adequate it is not Boci list. Divers to of opt. Of of inc Euitt i Points b never a sgt us to the party their arc 5 a us no c us to criticism and however cat our respect my be for the log in act Ami a Pioneer a of our party we a abet of u fallibility and do other in thoth to la an science whole sphere is tvs of wed Euing ind continually prove wha or.  ,�ol.-m-. Held As truth to be a Iro Ltd a of Troy be old decayed foundation a or Erest new one Doe not stand r a a to int. But in perpetual at a Unce not a t. Mox Dewly of every dog t stand x re rtt to spite it 0-uv intellect Oal a re in bring ack e to i a position a pfc a the Natur it j pc ? c delusion. No set it in a right to a a a a i in retinal id in it re Tox out Nicast Xuy Beau to of. A h. Cd i.2. j jul and to tiled goods a Sivc my or Berg amp Graf jewellers a kit Many Marx. No be and deep any other can i action a d this who a fur Goce Oon it fore. A f the Les an the Beo a teachings or e from the party Diamond. Watches. Gold and silverware expert watch repairing Ai Tia tic engrave org. Stone setting. Folh own Dpi. It Tokee nil a a a a a i a Trevol a a Cir axe at made they is rot making the social Rev Durian oud on and capital ism Are Tiei Din to to to jobs social rvs Are the a s to prepare or the Revol Vitioe Fries Bros. F. W. A Law m . A is Juan a oars too cur snuff and Simk my Arti fit 4 i 5 t i i. J l i

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