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door flew open andon the threshold
her father stood.
She sprang to the ground, terrified,
overcome -with anguish ,sX this
treachery. But, returning, her lover
took her gently in his acms once
more and kissed her.
T am Pierre.Rideau," he said.
HERE'S THE EIGHTEENTH WARD
" The card of Geo. W. Perry, Social
ist candidate for alderman in the 18th
ward has. been mailed to. The 'Day
Extracts from the ,18th ward So
cialist platform are printed on the
card as follows:.
"Complete home rule for the city
in all municipal affairs.
"UNION LABOR is 'always to be
recognized and given .the preference
in all .public, works.
"UNION WAGES to be paid on all
public works, thus raising and main
taining union standard.
"EIGHT-HOUR DAY to be recog
nized on all public works.
"EMPLOYMENT BUREAU for tbe
assistance of. those out of work.
"CONSTITUTIONAL- AND LEGAL
RIGHTS OP STRIKERS TO BE
"SANITARY CONDITIONS to be
maintained' in all places -of employment.
"DIRECT EMPLOYMENT of labor
to be. substituted for contract labor.
"ALL PUBLIC UTILITIES to be
publicly owned and operated.
- "School buildings! to be always
available for all social and civic pur
poses. "City shall erect .model dwelling
houses to be rented at rates to cover
the , cost of construction and main
tenance. "Revenue producing1 enterprises,
such as lighting. plants, gas plants,
street car lines, etc. to be established
as rapidly as possible."
If the other candidates want the
people .of. the ward to know;what.they
stand-forV th$ might" f ollow Perry's
example and "mail their;.pTatform to
The Day Boqkri, ' ; -i :
.. 7 V'o o'"!V -
"Whydid: you 'ever "get "engaged
to Harry?"; Yoli "swore tbatyou would
never, never have anything' to do,with
such a man." .
"Yes, dear, JlmowU d,id, But well,
I wouldn't, havev accepted him if he
hadn't made suph a-perfectly dread
"Oh! That old hesthut about
rushing out " and committing sui
cide?" , ' .
"No; worse than that'." .
"But any - of those, threats are
bluffs. I. suppose he said he'd kill
the next.'$an;yho calledion'you, eh? "
"No, jirilrT.ve .beard' that, before.
Dearie, he thratenedMfhat .if J did
not acdept him; he'd .go and. propose
to you. AhdTibeheve.he-ould have
done it,. tob:he was. perfectly des
perate!" - , .
And now they're wanting us to
call the anti-Huerta rebels "constitu
tionalistas." Some day we're jjoing
to corner 'a greaser and make1 him
tell .why he loves that-blamed "istas.?