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Now that the strike at Lawr
ence, Mass., has been won, The.
Examine'r is taking a great inter
est in t"he poor strikers and the
wages they go.t. Perhaps it will
take an interest in the I. C. strik
ers at Burnside'after it is all over.
The farther' 6"nstrikers are- 'the'
more interest Hearst seems tc
take in them. He likes them best
in Turkey. and'China.
The . millionaire beef barons
dropped in now ', and then to see
how their trial was getting along
and to say hello to their lawyers.
Maybe if they should be convict
ed and sent to jail, they'll drop
into the jail now and' then, too.
We said MAYBE. -.
Did -you ever top 'to think,
when you read one of those post
ers saying: "Vote for "So-and-so"'
that nobody has a right to tell
-YOU how to vote?.-