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couraged by the general belief that however much it may be criticized still
it is natural and to be expected.
If Caminetti were a young, unmarried man, it wouldn't be long until
he might marry some innocent girl with her parents' consent, but the same
parents would-have the horrors if their son wanted to marry Lola Norris.
No, public opinion isn't much to be feared. It isn't educated. If it were
educated it would be a power for good. For then it would condemn a rich
man who got his wealth by underpaying his employes.
It'would point the finger of scorn at the slave driver as he passed along
the boulevard in his automobile.
It would refuse to recognize as a desirable citizen the department store
owner who paid below-the-bread-line wages to clerks.
It would ostracize the kept- judge who turned and twisted the law to
help special privilege rob anybody of justice.
It would refuse to speak to the lawyer who sold his talent to selfish
interests to show them how to commit moral crimes and still keep out of
It would condemn as a moral leper, unfit for human association, the
man who enriched himself with child labor.
It would denounce as a murderer the mine owner who hired mine
guards to, shoot down miners and their wives and children.
It would brand as unclean the minister of the gospel who was afraid
to follow in the footsteps of Christ for fear he might offend the rich hypo
crites of his congregation.
A public opinion that will stand for the Rockefellers, Morgans, Car
negies, Fields, Armours, Pullmans and their kind will stand for all the Cam
inettis that bob up and get caught.
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HYGIENE DELEGATES SEE THE
MOVIES ON TOOTHACHE
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 26 Delegates
to the International Congress on
School Hygiene were entertained by
an exhibition of the "movies" here
today. The film was entitled "Tooth
ache" and demonstrated methods of
remedying defects in children's teeth
which, it was declared, almost dou
bled the efficiency of pupils.
Miss Lillian Murney, principal of
Murray Hill School, Cleveland, Ohio,
told of the case of a little girl- who
was apparently mentally weak and
suffered from crossed eyes. Nitros
oxide was administered, her imper
fect teeth rempved, and the child'3
eyes immediately straightened. The
intellect1 began to brighten and in a
short time she was one of the most
responsive pupils in the school.
THE CAMINETTI TRIAL
San.Francisco, Cal.f Aug. 26. The
Caminetti trial opened at 10 a. m.
Judge Van Fleet denied a motion by
Caminetti for a change of venue to
Sacramento. Attorney Harris, who,
with Diggs, faces a charge of sub
ornation of perjury in connection
with the Diggs case, also sought a
change of venue. This motion was
taken under advisement.
Not a single woman was in the
courtroom when the Caminetti case
was called. Diggs also was absent.
Only Caminetti, Harris and others di
rectly involved in the trial were
present Immediately after presenta
tion of the motions for changes of
venue, the examination of candidates
for jury duty began.
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In parts of Japan people take dried
and powdered snake as a cure for
stomach trouble. In parts of Amer
ica we take any old thing, dried, pow
dered, or in the raw, for it, so long as
it's labelled and recommended by
somebody who didn't die from it.