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Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30
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: YES.,I ORDERED DID MR FINK NE, SAID HER EGGS CHEESE .CORN SAY WHEN SEND OVER ARY THING AND EVERY THING HE'D SEND NE WANT WHEN YOU PAY YOUR MAY AND JUNE AND JULY THEM ONER P / MYS MY THEY WELL, AMY DOES oO GRow SO FAST AND J LEAVE MOST OF WHY BETTY JANE THE SHOPPING To WER. SWEEPS AND ENEN SHE'S (IN THERE Now HELPS ME MAKE CALLING UP THE THE BEDS 7 lt;a e. ND HIS FRIENDS TUS. AFTERNOON SO You COULD GO TONIGLT?* That little man, dry as bone, a the organizer c This in the fifth instalpent of Trot 1 H -any'd amemolz, capeeigAy interesting fa Row that tne great aafoslun mney tp realdence: in Bagtand. . the condi- war Bo You SAY You AN I GO DOWN AN' SEE HAROLD LLOYO'S AGN PictuRE AT THE MONE TMEATRE L-L-1- OW L CANT GOT HAVE To DO LOTS oF Home Wore TONIGHT TO GO WTA MOM NER T AUNT KATE'S THIS AFTERNOON t tons. were, beyond comparison, more 5 favorable than tnose eight year previously. 'I'was kept for some tm at the Cross prison, then in the P Peter and Paul fortress, and toward the end in the House of Preliminary 4 Detention. Shortly before we were pent tnto exile to Siberia we were placed in the transit. prison. Alto gether t lasted fifteen months, Each of the prikcna had its pecullar teaturce to whlch one bad to adapt tncacit. But It would be too Uresome to tell it all here, aa ip apite of reat varlely of their arrangement, nrinona very mien resemble one Other, 1 wan aguin. able to. devote imyseit to aystematlo.actentitio and Mterary work. I engaged. more. par- ticularly in the theory of land rent And in the history of social relations in Rumsia, An extepnive but une + fimsahed work ot mine on land rent re GS ce Liaise PASSED HIN DOWN THE. SEE OSCAR ANYWHERE , WAITLL I SEE THAT GUYSL WATTLE I SEE HIM w ULL WAIT TILL IT GETS DARK AN THEN TLL SNEAK tS QUICK SO WILLIE WONT SEE ME Boy I UAD TO TWA FAST FoR TWese Excuses imachey. My studies in the social Po history of Russia were eventually in- fic corporated in my paper Totals and cll Prospects which contains the 4 trine of the permanent revolution tts fullest expression at the time. th My critics Who are now eo numer. the oun in all parts-of the world and who th are followers of Stalin, the majority sud of whom became aware ot the ex- th Iatence of debatable questiona on the th revolution not earlier than the end of ac the year 1923, mignt In truth do worse to th wn to thorough etudy ef prc my Totals and Prospects which by SAY WWHAT DID Yoo SAID. YOU HAD To DO WELL, YOU 'SAID*YOO COULON'T wan written twelve years before the of TELL ANE YESTERDAY Your Wome wor OLD You Muar - GO TO THE MONIE AN Z October revolution, This appliex in an ft 2 full to Stalin also. ack LAST NicuT Homesoric.---: ee After our tranafer t6 the House-ot e DIDN'T. You u 2 A -arastetipey etestin os -ieg 0 + lowed to receive tne visite of our of crenlal) a Girak oma rougnt ER new life into matters political. News- papers beyan to wpeak more au ciously. 7 workn were dea. tn pris ayway my cop; At wae at this time that I wrot booklet Beter Struve in: Politi authors of European iMterature. 7 1 Tences of these readings may be Pul cen im all my publicist writliga of that period, It was'then that 1 made h my firet acquaintance: with the great tl en masters of the French novel. The art Un of telllog a tale in precminently French art, Although on the whole 1 have a better command of German the than of French, 1 read with greater tho eane French novels or belled 1 ae feenerally than those of Germs thors, My love of th French no Aa bas remained with me tll-to-day. Rev : All in all I have no reason to com: 1b isin of my life in confinement. My Pe prisons were good schools for me, 1 MY ets taniated ceir in tse Peter ar as with m tinge of regi Me was so quiet add calm there, lite flowed Mo amoothly, and in ideal sur- DY rounding for totelleetual work The House of Preliminary Detention *F ou the contrary was full of people . T KSow ener TM TALKING ABOUT a How BECAUSE I SAW HIM S16 TY THAT I SAW TERE MYSELE Yoo There ? u all over, the ine fo that pro) by reason of the TH the wut Douma, was not locked up. gt; taken tn atieteh we tenced to death bent t F lnuped with the bent-of vielt on au hanged eit Hterars he: manuscripts, One of the warders, an a elderly man, wus a particularly kind rt friend to ua, At lis request T pre- aerted him with my book and with my pholo duly deaicated to him. 1 have daughters atudying at the unt- he whispered with delight friendly and mys- i 4 - z 7 e, 0 Like a letter from home is the sum- Full Page of British i News In the Edmonton Bulletin every Satur- mary of Old Country Activi in the day full reports ef all noted events ee Tm A WEEKLY FEATURE mS versit; i aaa a a lt;
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Image 1190 (1929-09-07), from microfilm reel 1190, (CU11118016). Courtesy of Early Alberta Newspapers Collection, Libraries and Cultural Resources Digital Collections, University of Calgary.