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before the delegates for consider
The committees having charge
of the reports of the president and
the executive council are giving'
deep study to the injunction evil,
the Sherman anti-trust law as in
terpreted agamst the unions, and
problems that have been devel
oped by the modern capitalist sys
tem. That the subject is too import
ant to be dismissed by a perfunc
tory recommendation, to be en
dorsed in a listless sort of way, is
indicated by the probable request
that will be made by the commit
tees that the whole of Tuesday's
sess'on be devoted to considering
the relations of organized labor
toward the United, States su
preme court's decision that trade
unions are in the category of
trusts and may be sued for dam
ages, that the boycott is Unlawful,
and that the writ of injunction
may be applied to gag free speech
and free press.
When teacher came to the,
"word "grewsome" she asked the
children to write a entence'con
taining it. One little girl imme
diately went to the board and
wrote i "I cannot wear my last
summer's dress because I grew
.ustris, Germany-and Italy ort
one side and Great Britain, Rus
sia and France on the other
would malce the beginning of a
great fight anyhow. But it would
"hurt business" something frightful.
J V 'I "
Isn't it just good to have all
that' politics out of the Way and
'nothing to worry .abotit save the '
host of Turkey and 'Christmas
presents, . i' ' '
Willie Hearst has, already ac-'
(quired the habit trf calling it ('otir
ftfniihphaht Democracy." ' -