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Bill of exceptions Continued.
Evidence on behalf of the defendants—Continued.
Testimony of John Louis Engdahl-Continued.

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Article headed “ Workers of Germany, France and England

Must Halt War" from American Socialist of Aug. 8,
1914

333 Official Anti-War Proclamation of German Socialists

334 Proclamation of Austrian Socialists -

334 Proclamation of British Socialists entitled “British Ask All to Stand Together for Peace

335 War article of the French Socialists..

336 Article by J. Ramsey MacDonald headed “Rivals in Commerce, So Bloody War Came

336 Text of Karl Liebknecht's Written Protest Against War, from American Socialist of Dec. 9, 1914_

337 Article headed “Liebknecht Called to the Colors from American Socialist of May 29, 1915_

338 Letter, July 5, 1917, from Engdahl..

358 Letter, from Engdahl.

358 Letter, July 9, Dillon to Engdahl.

359 Letter, July 9, 1917, Borah to Editor.

359 Letter, July 8, 1917, Hillard to Engdahl..

360 Letter, July 10, 1917, Dill to Engdahl

360 Letter, Aug. 20, 1917, Gronna to Engdahl.

361 Letter, July 14, 1917, to Engdahl.

361 Webster's speech from American Socialist of June 30th--- 364 Article headed “Hoover's Efforts to Bring Belgians' Diet

Here Exposed ” from American Socialist of June 30, 1917. 366 Letter, June 16, 1917, Hoover to Engdahl..

366 Letter, June 20, 1917, Engdahl to Hoover.

367 Editorial from New York Examiner of July 20, 1917, enti

tled “Upon the Freedom of Speech and Press Depend Lib-
erties of the American People".

370 Testimony of Edmund T. Malms.

344, 349 Testimony of Louis A. Arnold..

347 Testimony of Leo Wolsohn..

349 Testimony of George Hampel

351, 356 Testimony of Frank P. Walsh

351 Testimony of John M. Work..

389 Testimony of Emanuel Deutsch.

397 Testimony of Nettie C. Appel.

402 Testimony of Clarence Darrow...

404 Testimony of William Bross Lloyd.

407 Testimony of David Mendelsohn.

408 Testimony of Abraham Korn...

410 Testimony of Richard O. Handwerk_

410 Testimony of F. W. Rehfeld.

416, 438 Testimony of Ruth Elson..

417 Testimony of Joseph Hyman Shapiro..

418 Testimony of Isadore Rothenberg

419 Testimony of William F. Kruse -

421, 430, 438, 654 Letter, Apr. 18, 1918, Kruse to Solomon.

451 Testimony of John J. Janssen

452 Testimony of Louis Sherman..

455 Testimony of Sarah Smith.-

456 Testimony of Mrs. Mildred Haessler.

458 Testimony of Carl Haessler..

459 Testimony of Irwin St. John Tucker.

465 Address of Welcome to Second American Conference of

Democracy and Terms of Peace, by Irwin St. John Tucker- 478 Testimony of Augustin H. W. Anderson..

492 Testimony of Elizabeth H. Thomas

507 Testimony of Harriet Gussie..

604 Testimony of Adolph Germer (recalled).

638 Article from Milwaukee Leader of Dec. 28, 1917, entitled “ Was Founder of The I. W. W."

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Bill of exceptions—Continued.
Evidence on behalf of the defendants-Continued.
Testimony of Adolph Germer (recalled)-Continued.

Article from Milwaukee Leader of May 31, 1917, entitled

"No Defense Necessary
Article from Milwaukee Leader of June 6, 1917, entitled

“Frantic Opposition ".
Article from Milwaukee Leader of July 12, 1917, entitled

“Probabilities".
Address by Victor L. Berger, entitled “The War for De-

mocracy," from Milwaukee Leader of Aug. 11, 1917-
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Aug. 14, 1917, entitled

"Too Much Berger
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Aug. 28, 1917, entitled

"Can Not Be Imposed
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Sept. 7, 1917, entitled

“Weak-Minded or Liars
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Sept. 8, 1917, entitled

“Loose Language".
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Sept. 11, 1917, entitled

"All in the Same Boat".
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Oct. 11, 1917, entitled

“Possessed of the Jingo Devil".
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Dec. 19, 1917, entitled

“ Patriotism"
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Jan. 7, 1918, entitled

"Looking Backward and Forward".
Article from Milwaukee Leader of Apr. 19, 1918, entitled
"The Finnish Revolution".

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List of advertisements apearing in Milwaukee Leader-
Rebuttal evidence on behalf of the Government:

Testimony of Robert A. Milroy (recalled).
Testimony of Hinton G. Clabaugh..
Testimony of Walter Wyrick.-
Testimony of Lorenzo Plummer (recalled)

Testimony of Albert Beecroft --
Surrebutal evidence on behalf of the defendants :

Testimony of W. M. Hanley
Testimony of Irwin St. John Tucker (recalled)
Testimony of Adolph Germer (recalled)
Testimony of Victor L. Berger (recalled)
Testimony of John H. Alcock.--
Testimony of Edward T. Malms (recalled)

Testimony of Edmund J. Meczynski.
Government's exhibits :

1-Code ---
2-State map of Texas --
3—Letter, Oct. 23, 1917, Schiller to Kruse_
Letter, Oct. 30, 1917, Kruse to Schiller.
5—Letter, Oct. 24, 1917, Kruse to Schiller.
6-Letter, Nov. 1, 1917, Schiller to Kruse..
7-Letter, Nov. 2, 1917, Kruse to Schiller.
9—"Socialist Party Bulletin, June 9, 1917"
10_Order of Germer, dated June 19, 1917.
11-Order of Germer, dated Aug. 21, 1917-
12—Order of Germer, dated July 26, 1917-
13—Order of Germer, dated Aug. 4, 1917-
14-Order of Germer, dated July 2, 1917-
15--Order of Germer, dated July 10, 1917.
16--Pamphlet, “Proclamation and War Program
17—Pamphlet, “Why You Should Fight
18—Pamphlet, “The Price We Pay'
19-Letter, dated Thursday 29, 1917, Weber to “ Dear Comrades
20_Letter, dated Dec. 3, 1917, to Weber.
21—Letter, Feb. 14, 1917, from page 9, Scrap Book "A".
22—Letter, May 4, 1917, from page 72, Scrap Book "A".
23—Letter, May 24, 1917, from page 77, Scrap Book "A".

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overnment's exhibits—Continued.

24—Letter from page 170, Scrap Book "A".
25—Letter, from page 190, Scrap Book "A".
26—Letter from page 141, Scrap Book "A".
27—Letter, Aug. 7, 1917, Kruse to Friberg-
28—Letter, July 21, 1917, Friberg to Kruse.
29 Order of Germer, dated Feb. 7, 1917-
30—Order of Germer, dated Mar. 14, 1917-
31–Order of Germer, dated May 7, 1917-.
32—Pamphlet, “ Down with War'
34Letter, Oct. 25, 1917, Germer to Rehfeld..
35—Letter, Nov. 17, 1917, Germer to Milwaukee Leader-
36—Letter, Dec. 26, 1917, Germer to Milwaukee Leader.
37—Letter, Oct. 23, 1917, from Germer-
38—Letter, May 17, 1917, from page 73 of Letter Book A.
39—(Referred to).
40_The following from American Socialist of Apr. 7, 1917 :

Article,“ War Would be for the Interests of Financial Free

booters Only
Article, “ Our War Program
Cartoon, "Russianizing America
Cartoon, “What's the Use of Talking About Freedom of the

Seas to a Lunatic".
41--Article, “ Women and War," from American Socialist, Apr. 14,

1917 42—The following from American Socialist of Apr. 28, 1917 :

Article, “Act Quickly".

Article, “Why This War? 43—Three paragraphs without heading from page 4, column 2, of

American Socialist of May 5, 1917----44-Article, “ We Don't Know" and two paragraphs without head

ing from American Socialist of May 12, 1917-
45—The following from American Socialist of May 19, 1917:

Article, “Who Are the Good Americans?
Article, “The Price We Pay".
Article, " The Killing Program”.
Cartoon, "The Last Loaf of Bread
Poem, “Be a Coward "__
Advertisement, “Special Offers
Article, "All Hail, Conscription
Article, “Navy Gives Receipts
Article, “Getting Acquainted

Article, “The Fifth Commandment
46—Stenographic report of an address made by Adolph Germer, June

17, 1917, at Blackhawk Park, Rockford 47—The following from American Socialist of May 26, 1917 :

Advertisement, "Fifty Thousand Copies of "Price We Pay'

Sold"
Article, " Going Into Debt
Article," Plutes Fear Stickers"
Article," Wake Up America

Article, “Democracy and Humanity
19-Order of Germer, dated June 16, 1917-
50—"Resolution on War” signed by Chairman C. A. Buchmann, et al.
51--The following from American Socialist of June 2, 1917:

Advertisement, “Second Editon The Price We Pay
Article, " Bonds and Bondage".

Poem, “Come! Ye Slaves!
52—The following from American Socialist of June 9, 1917 :

Article, “ We Serve Notice On the Master Class! It Has Had Its

Day! Ours Is Coming!”.
Advertisement, “Half a Million Copies Sold !

Advertisement, “ Special Offers'
53—The following from American Socialist of June 16, 1917 :

Three paragraphs without heading--
Article, “ Cheer Up!"-------
Advertisement, " Leaflets! Eye Openers!”

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54-The following from American Socialist of June 23, 1917 :

Article, “ Wake Up Washington
Poem, “ Show the Flag!".
Article, "A Contribution'
Article, “ Paying the War Bill"
Advertisement, Leaflets! Eye Openers!”

Article, “ The Flag Day Speech”.
55—The following from American Socialist of June 30, 1917 :

Advertisement, “ Buy a Liberty Bond
Article, “ The Price We Pay
Poem, “ Friends of Conscription
Advertisement, “ The July Leaflet “Why You Should Fight

Cartoon, George III”
56—The following from American Socialist of July 6, 1917:

Two paragraphs without heading

Cartoon, “Yesterday and To-day 57—The following from American Socialist of July 21, 1917 :

Advertisement, Organization Leaflets Popular

Advertisement, “Buy a Liberty Bond 58Article, “Why and What For" from Milwaukee Leader, Apr. 27,

1917 59_Cartoon, “Doing His Bit 60--Article, “ For Democracy from Milwaukee Leader, May 9,

1917 61-Article, Who Are the Genuine Americans?” from Milwaukee

Leader, May 24, 1917--62—Article, “ It Is Unpopular from Milwaukee Leader, May 25,

1917 63_Article, National Shame from Milwaukee Leader, June 9,

1917 64Article, Why We Are In This War" from Milwaukee Leader,

June 20, 1917.. 65—Advertisement from Milwaukee Leader, June 2, 1917-66-Article “Exempting the Rich” from Milwaukee Leader, June 26,

1917 67—Article from Milwaukee Leader, June 23, 191768—Article, “ Mass Meeting to Ask Referendum on Repeal of Con

scription Law” from Milwaukee Leader, July 6, 1917-69_Article, War and Insanity," from Milwaukee Leader, July 13,

1917. 70_News item from Milwaukee Leader, July 14, 1917, in re Tucker

being employed as Circulation Manager, etc.. 71--Article, “ Difference of Opinion from Milwaukee Leader, Aug.

2, 1917 72—Article, "A Big Business War from Milwaukee Leader, Aug. 6,

1917 73—Article, “To Welcome Kruse," from Milwaukee Leader, Aug. 7,

1917 74Letter, Apr. 16, 1917, Kruse to Adolph.

Letter, Apr. 6, 1917, Adolph to Kruse75—-Postal card, Mar. 27, 1917, Niessner to Kruse

Letter, Mar. 29, 1917, Kruse to Niessner 76-Letter, May 4, 1917, Ulrich to Kruse-

Letter, May 7, 1917, Kruse to Ulrich. 77--Letter, Wilner to Kruse

Letter, May 2, 1917, Kruse to Wilner. 78—Letter, May 9, 1917, Annabelle Atlivaick to Kruse

Letter, May 11, 1917, Kruse to Annabelle Atlivaick. 79_Letter, May 11, 1917, Kirkpatrick to Kruse_

Letter, May 15, 1917, Kruse to Kirkpatrick. 80—Letter, June 17, 1917, Dunn to Kruse_

Letter, June 11, 1917, Kruse to Dunn.
81—Letter, July 31, 1917, Deutsch to Kruse.

Letter, Aug. 6, 1917, Kruse to Deutsch.
Instructions to Socialist Conscripts..

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Government's exhibits-Continued.
82—Letter, May 16, 1917, Koller to Kruse_

Letter, Jay 18, 1917, Kruse to Koller.
83——Telegram, Germer and Kruse to Lee -
84—Letter, June 11, 1917, Trachtenberg to Kruse_

Letter, June 14, 1917, Kruse to Trachtenberg85—Letter, Behomek to Kruse--

Letter, June 11, 1917, Kruse to Behomek. 86—Letter, June 22, 1917, Kruse to Wilson--87–Letter, June 27, 1917, Kruse to Silieus.

Letter, June 26, 1917, Duclis to Silieus. 88—Letter, Kruse to Wulff..

Letter, June 12, 1917, Wulff to Kruse_ 89 Letter, July 7, 1917, Kruse to Dunn..

Letter, July 3, 1917, Dunn to Kruse 90_Letter, July 14, 1917, Kruse to Wingenburg91—Letter, July 16, 1917, Blum to Kruse..

Letter, July 18, 1917, Kruse to Blum 92—Letter, Aug. 21, 1917, Kruse to Dozenberg

Letter, Aug. 19, 1917, Dozenberg to Kruse93—Letter, Aug. 24, 1917, Kruse to Leo.-

Letter, Aug. 15, 1917, Leo to Engdahl. 94Letter, Oct. 13, 1917, Kruse to KesslerLetter, Oct. 9, 1917, Kessler to Kruse_

September Monthly Bulletin.-95—Letter, Nov. 10, 1917, Kruse to Tucker. 97—Telegram, May 25, 1917, Koller to Kruse_

Telegram, Kruse to Koller_ 98Letter, May 18, 1917, addressed to “Dear Comrade Anna," with

memorandum attached.. 99 Article, “ Prize of War," from Milwaukee Leader, May 14, 1917-100_Article, “Another Loan?” from Milwaukee Leader, July 18,

1917 101-Article,“ Socialists Will Give Chautauqua Here Aug. 11 to 16,"

from Milwaukee Leader, Aug. 7, 1917_102—“ Resolutions Adopted at Peace Meet," from Milwaukee Leader,

July 10, 1917 104-Memoranda signed by Kruse and 2 copies of affidavits.. 105_Article, "Abolishing the Presidency," from Milwaukee Leader,

Aug. 23, 1917.. 106-Article,“ Censoring God," from Milwaukee Leader, Aug. 24,

1907 107—Excerpt from first column of Milwaukee Leader, Sept. 1, 1917,

under subject of “ Comment' 108—Cartoon, “A Pitiful Contrast," from Milwaukee Leader, Sept.

5, 1917 109-Article, “The I. W. W. Raids," from Milwaukee Leader, Sept.

7, 1917 110—Cartoon, "Are You This Kind of Patriot?” from Milwaukee

Leader, Sept. 11, 1917111-Article, Barrage Fire,” from Milwaukee Leader, Nov. 1, 1917112—Article, “Be of Good Courage," from Milwaukee Leader, Dec.

5, 1915-113—Article, Unfathomable Are the Ways,” from Milwaukee

Leader, Dec. 26, 1917_114—Order of Germer, dated June 29, 1917115—Letter, July 20, 1917, Tucker to Lunde.

Letter, July 19, 1917, to Tucker. 116-Invoice--117—Invoice No. 8080, dated July 31, 1917118 Invoice No. 8048, dated July 25, 1917119 Invoice No. 7997, dated July 17, 1917120-Invoice No. 7984, dated July 12, 1917 121-Invoice No. 7937, dated June 30, 1917. 122Invoice No. 7915, dated June 29, 1917.

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