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been clubbed and jailed on the
streets, and ridden down by men
mounted on horses. i
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About' 15,000 steam locomb
tives in the United State's have
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HOW SOME OF THE CHILDREN THE' WOOL TRUST
ARE "RESPONSIBLE" FOR ARE GETTING ALONG
The subservient militia and police of Lawrence, Mass., have not $
'yet shut up the freesoup kitchen, where hundreds of child victims of
the strike get enough each flay to keep them from starvation. The ;
above news picture, just received from Lawrence, shows a crowd of T
boys and girls waiting for the kitchen to open for the noon-day
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B'gosh, How Can She?
"I've got an antiseptic screen
And hydrogen peroxide;
I'nvready for a germless kiss,'
The maiden lady sighed; , ,j
"But .though I am prepared, How"
I have a kiss without a man?"