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BATTLING NELSONGETS WAL
LOP FROM FRI END WIFE '
tag "the. praises "of merchant, rincesv'and"-phflanthrppists,:and 'saying -witb,
them that'low? wages.,have norelatioif 'to white slavery--and it vrill be the
pious .frauds who have been ;getting some of the easy money from; the
philanthropists for-their -fake pbllahthrophy and organized charity.
Mightytfew men will come to the front and. fight with-0!Hara aniLthe
committeeor- there, are. too maiiy male cowards in the world who like ftp
fight, only-when -theyl don't risk'taking a few blows themselves.
You'll hear some of "the professional reformers and uplifters keeping
mighty .quiet;.'too; especially.' those who realize -that rich philanthropists
are their meal .ticket ' ' " - ' ,
BUY HONEST-FQLKSfTHE REAL PEOPLE, THOSE WHO WANT
JUSTICE FOR THE WORKERS AND A SQUARE DEALCFOR ALL THEY
WILL BE WITH. OHARA AND THE COMMITTEETOA FINISH; AND
THEIR SUPPORT WIL'LE NEEDED. 'AND THEY MUST MAKE' UP
THEIR MINDS NOTTO . BE -MISLED BY .ANY ATTACKS ON EITHER
O'HARAJOR-ANY- OTHER MEMBER OF THAT COMMITTEE WHO
SHOWS THAT H E'.IS' MAKING A FIGHTFOR HUMANITY. " ; , "
I boasted that during his ring ca
reer he never met a man who
louid make -him t "back UP" stuck
l.by his defi today. ABut Batwasstyent
ciuuul me aouiiy ui a wuiuiiu w smuu
off his advances.
Bat, with a lawyer, has -just ar'
rived in Denver. He camel for ' a
vaudeville engagement, and also to,
trytopatch up his spat with Mrs. Fay
Nelson; f ormerly Fay King. Fay -was
not in a' patching mood.
. Herlawyer met Nelson's today,
arid won the decision. Mrs." Nelson ,
seconded -her advocate, but Bat was
not present-. Fay refused tosend"' a,
pleasant word to her three-day-'hus-.band
and the ne?t .round; will' be
fought in the divorce courts.
After getting this kno'pkrout B$t
said h& was through;, with'tthe w.h6le
thing, though .he felt the same to
Mrs. Nelson "as before the -imar-nage."
. - .
This advertising is boosting Bat; in '
his vaudeville-stunt He- still retains
his title of champion press agent of
the world. ''-..
Denver,, Colo., March-10. Bat Nel
son; .jthe -Hgewisch, boxer, who
: Occasionally, we" hear "6f peoplST"
whose hanging we. would, be pleased
(o attend., We have in. mind thdse
robbers who. offered a New York wp-,-'
man's baby poisoned., bread' to make"
the mother tell where her mcraer
was, - . , v