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"Do your-work,'' says "Uncle Walt,, "toil and moil to earn your
salt, what if politics is rank put some money "in the bank; never
stop to probe.and think grab a little pile of chink; never mind the
problems great which are vital to the state !"
"Dolour work," says Uncle Walt, "don't Ipok Up and holler
'halt !' when the mighty powers that prey take your liberties away.
Raise your cabbage and your sguash, all this. uplift talk is bosh; let
the bosses run the nation, never leave your occupation."
"Do your work' says Uncle Walt, "only 'Anarchists' find fault
with conditions as they stand--don'f YOU go and take a hand ; don't
YOUlstop to join the fight for the Justice and the Right ;'be a thrifty,
plodding soul, segregate your little roll; that's the man whom I
exalt. D6 your work," says Uncle Walt.
WANTED TO KEEP WORD
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 2.
There was not a dry eye among
the surgeons and nurses of the
Emergency hospital when the
body of 7-year-old Catherine
Kinstler was taken away today.
The little girl was fatally in
jured by a freight train in the
railroad yards yesterday. All
the way to the hospital, she clung
to a few chips of wood.
When surgeons discussed the
amputation of her right leg,
which had beer! frightfully crash
ed, Catherine cried :
"Cut it off if you want to," she
said. "Do anything you want,
only let me go home to mamma
and papa tonight with this wood.
I promised my mamma I would
bring home a lot of wood."
The leg was amputated. The
little girl grew steadily weaker.
But still she begged pitifully to
be taken home that she might
keep her promise. Early today
she died. ' "
WHAT WILL POLICE SAY?
New York; Oct. 2. Lady Duff
Gordon, international authority
on wjiat women wear, is about to
spring a new one. x
It is a peekaboo skirt Which she
is importing from" Paris. Lady
Duff-Gordon says'it will be very
popular. She hasn't figured on
the police yet.
"The skirt is very tight from
the waist down," she says. "The
lower part is of the sheath variety
with gores opening to just above
the knees on both sides. A back!
view of the wearer's knees is"
given through a slit at the back."
Anthony Comstock fainted
when he heard about the propos
ed new skirt.