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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY J
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humanity it Is about as defensible as
Admittedly it is a weapon. It is to
be used for war. It has no other pur
pose than to beat the opponent into
submission. It introduces upon our
streets a warfare that is comparable
to the warfare introduced upon the
high seas by the Germans. The Hun
submarine warfare was directed
against enemies and neutrals alike.
And so it is with the warfare now
being waged on Salt Lake streets.
The waiters war not merely on the
restaurant owners, but upon the neu
trals who must eat.
We have the legislature of 1915 to
thank for a law which legalizes pick
eting. Instead of trying to harmonize
the differences between capital and
labor by wise legislation the solons,
under the influence of radicals .pass
ed a law legalizing Industrial war.
The legislators thrust a weapon into
the hands of labor and said: "Use
it." We might as well elect Bolshe
vik! and anarchists to the legislature
as well-meaning firebrands who, un
der the delusion that they are aiding
labor, provide weapons for warfare,
Measures of conpillation, not meas
ures of wafaio, are what are needed
Capital and labor can never get along
together so long as they are being
egged on to fight and weapons are
thrust into their hands .
If a restaurant proprietor stationed
himself in front of his place of busi
ness and lied about the pickets as
enthusiastically as they lie about him
he probably would be arrested. And
if not ,he should be.
Suppose that an employer should
picket the home of a former employe
and hurl charges at the workman's
wife and daughters. What would
happen? Riot, bloodshed, murder.
Even if the employer confined himself
to the more or less trup statement
that the workman was not granting
his wife an eight hour day with pay
and a half for overtime the result
would be the same. And if the mis
guided employer was ground into the
dust there would be none so poor, or
so rich, as to do him reverence.
The waiters who stand in front of
restaurants and defame employers
are engaged in equally disreputable
tasks. They seek to destroy the em
ployer's good name and reputation
and to wreck his business unless he
accedes to their demands. They wage
public war upon him and they do it,
in this instance ,with the authority
of legislators whose heads could be
used for billiard balls .
This is not a discussion of the mer
its of the controversy. In fact the
merits of the controversy have noth
ing to do with the question of picketing.
Lightning knocked over three men
who were sitting on boxes in front of
Sawyer's store yesterday. One of
them was knocked senseless; the oth
er two exclaimed, "Leggo! I'm com
ln' right home." Milltown Banner.
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