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employes, Judge Gary- recently
said : ""
" '1 believe,, taking everything
into account, that the treatment
given by our corporation to its
employes compares favorably
with any line of-industry m this
country, or any country, at the
present time, or at any period in
the history of the world.'
"Can anything show more
clearly how dangerous it is to
create an industrial condition ki
which the managers of great in
dustries may determine, with the
absolutism of an Oriental despot,
the conditions under which a
large body of American citizens
must work, than this very -statement
of Judge Gary's?"
SECRETARY KNOX' LIFE
New Orleans, Feb. 14. Phil
ander C. Knox, Morgan's secre
tary of state, may yet learn how
Central American republics look
upon him and the "Dollar Diplo
macy" he invented.
Knox is on a trip through the
republics bordering on the Carri
bean Sea. Central American ex
iles here think his life may be in
danger before he finishes the trip.
C. Martinez, a Nicaraguan res
ident here, said that Knox was
likely to see many anti-American
demonstrations worked up for his
"American marines lately have
taken possession of Honduran
territory illegally," said Martin
ez "Knox has threatened to
overthrow the sovereignty of
Cuba. Less things than these
caused-Dawson, the' state depart
ment's agent in Nicaragua, to
leave that country in an undigni
fied way and between days. Knox
may have td do likewise."
None of those who spoke of the
matter seemed particularly de
pressed by the thought that
Knox' life might be endangered.
In fact, there seemed to be some
thing in the idea that pleased
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
"He hadtime to spare
"I don't knowof a greater con
venience than having a drug store
next to your home."
"Neither do I. It's mighty
handy when you need a pair of
apothecary scales to check up. the
weight of you coal." Baltimore
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Alson the matter of kiss, two
heads are better than one. Smart
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