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had lived so long In sorrow, Rob-I
ertEddlestone dame into his ownJ
Kirk Casseltofl, fired by the!
4emon of liquor, had driven his
automobile into a free and had!
passed to the great beyond
"My darling," whispered Ed4
dlestone, as he clasped the widowl
to his breast, "didn't yo"u call!
"No, Robert, -dearest," she
softly replied,-"but I thought oft
you all the time I was telling him,
and Lavished tor you, oh, so
came to him with startling clear
x ness. v
"I will go from you -and never
return. Three times I have hurt
myself to give,you a show, now
I go to find someone who will
Thus spoke the voice, and Ed
dlestone shivered as he noted the
sadness and utter despair of the mer
tone. "I will go to her," he said,
"for shecalls rneby the strength
- of the love that was and has never
ceased, to be."
At-Cartersville, where Carolyn
CAN YOU BLAME OTHER NATIONS FOR LAUGHING?
Without doubt there are times when our beloved governmehtl
inust appear to other nations as the greatest ioke of the ases.
Then, when the other nations laugh, we get all worked up
.if, apdsay peeyish things about the .other hatipns, thus mak
ing trouble ifor the dove of peace that Andy Carnegie corneTed.
But you cannot blame pfher nations far laughing sometimes,
.For instance, read this Washington dispatch: -
Washington, May 1. To bring the big fdreign steamshjp
monopolies within the scope of the anti-trust law and to punish
them for their "IMPUDENT AND DEFIANT" attiwde toward
the. COMMERCIAL -interests" of the United States, the Humphreyf
bill, providing that no monopoly-owned steamship shall be allow.ed
to enter or clear from any United States port untffthe courts have
accepted a dissolution. the corporation owning i,f, was unanimously
reported by the House Marine Committee today;
The report says the foreign steamship "Trusts" which handle
98 per cent of the import and export business of tnis country, haVej
oeen openly violating tne snerman law.
"Freight and passfcngerjrates arc fixed ,by agreement' the re
prt says. 'Tie lines in these combines distribute the'business, and
pool their earnings. x
'They agree as. to the number of vessels each company shall
run -and the amountof traffic eaph shall carry-
x 'To drive out independent lines they designate-what they call