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ICSss 'Ti"t'i C&iHKl
Mrs. Jacob Reasor.
Dayton, O., April 9. (Special)
"Divorces are caused, I4believe,
by young people hiding their
faults from each other during
courtship," declares Mrs. Jacob
Reasor, 78,j6i West 'Bohlander
avenue, who, with Jier' husband,
todayDiegan her sixty-fir(st "year
of mamedlrfe. ,
"Deception r -dumngcpur.tship
covers up faults that prove fatal
to subsequent marriages."
The couple celebrated, the six
tieth anniversary of their mar
riage yesterday. Until a few years
ago they lived on. a farm west of
o o t
HOW IT COMES
"The time is-rapidly approach
ing when the wealthy will face
mob violence on the streets. This
situation will be due to the fast
approaching day when working
people will be deprived of means
of subsistence. Every day the
position of the working man is be
Is this the utterance of an an
archist? No, this is simply the
reported words of Dr. Harvey W.
Wiley, the man who has tried
hard for many years to save the
millions of America from the in-
corporated fdod poisoners of the
"I thoroughly agree witE
Judge E. H. Gary," said Dr.
Wiley, "that unless something is
done to alleviate the present con
dition of unrest in the nation,
mob rule is bound to come. The
sentiment of abhorrance comes
from over-capitalizing great in
dustries, the selling of watered
stock; the promotion of worthless
land schemes, the extortions xxi
express, telephone and telegraph .
systems and dozens of other(
schemes for deceivmg and de
frauding the people' -'"1
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