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WOMAN WITNESS IN THE
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Miss Mary Boland, stenogra
pher in office of Marion Coal Co.
at Scranton, Pa, who has been
calle'd to Washington to testify in
the Archbald impeachment trial.
She is the second woman who
ever "testified before the United
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THEY'D YELL FOR IT
According to Boston Common,
the arbitration board told, the
Eastern railroad managers that
- they must pay their engineers a
reasonable wage and recommend
federal and state wage commis-
- sions with power.
Railroads maintain or increase
f income in one of two way's, when
- they don't resort to both ways.
' One way is to keep wages down
or cut tliem. The other way is to
keep up or increase rates. You
never hear of railroad stockhold-
l ers being assessed on their stock,
as is the case with very many
$ other sorts of investments.
Suppose we have wage com
missions deciding that wages
shall be increased and an inter
stile commerce commission de
ciding that rates shall be cut.
Will it then be long before the
railroad stockholders will them
selves be urging government
WAR ON ALIMONST.UNT
- Denver, Col., eDc, 12. ' Want
address of every man in Denver
up against the alimony paying
proposition. Quick action necessary.'-'
This ad appeared in a Denver
newspaper today It was put in.
by Geo. R Esterling.
Esteflin gis paying alimony to
his ex-wife just now. He wants
to form a league of grass-widowers
and take the alimony question
up to the supreme court of the
Esterlings idea is that it-is un
constitutional to fine 'a man for
the rest of his life for making a
"When a man commits a bur
glary he is punished for a certain
length of time," says Esterling;
"But at the end of that time, he
is free to start out life anew. Ali
mony goes on f orever,"
Jimson I- do spring cleaning
at all seasons5 of the year.
Jackson How's that?
Jimson I'm a watchmaker.
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'"Some dawgs has mote intelli
gence than their masters." "To
be sure they has. I've got one like