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to place the welfare of men above the
greed for things material."
When the cheers of the conference
had died down, the Rev. Ward said:
"I thank God that after waiting eigh
teen years since. the days of the Pull
man strike, when I was. called an
anarchist by some of you brethren,
the day has come when such a strong
utterance on the labor problem is re
ceived with applause by you men."
Five hundred dollars was subscrib
ed by the ministers to help the pro
paganda of Dr. Ward.
SULZER DEFENSE PLANS READY
Albany, N. Y., Oct. 2. With an ar
ray of notable witnesses, including
the governor" and his wife, Louis A.
Sarecky, John A. Hennessy, Lieut
Commander Josephthal and at least
three others upon whom the prose
cution had been counting for stirring
rebuttal evidence, the Sulzer defense
plans are complete.
D. Cady Herrick, chief of counsel,
for the first time since the trial be
gan expressed confident belief that
the court must acquit his client He
claims that the case presented on be
half of the state was woefully weak.
It is generally accepted by both
sides that the defense will not call
any of its star witnesses until Mon
day. Sulzer, it is stated, will say that
at the time of his nomination he was
hopelessly in debt and was pressed by
creditors. Friends of his told him
they wanted to aid him. He will say
he accepted much money as personal
gifts and tried to arrange his business
affairs so that after he became gov
ernor he would be obligated to no
IT CAME NEXT
"Julie, yours is the prettiest
mouth in the world," sighed young
"Well," bhiBhgd, Julie, "if mine is
the prettiest youi&must come next"
And then there setin a season of that
business.. .2vv. .
MRS. PANKHURST DENOUNCES
ARREST OF SUFFRAGETS
London, Oct. 2. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, suffraget leader, from hej.
retreat in Paris, bitterly denounced?
the arrest of Mrs. BeatriceSaunderS)
and Miss Harriett Kerr-.
"While Sir Edward Carson and: ,
other unionist leaders in Ireland are:
allowed to break the law with im-b
punity, to prepare openly for violence
and literally to hold a pistol at thej
head of the British government, two)
women who have broken no law are
imprisoned and tortured under'' the;
infamous cat and mouse act," she de
"Why was their arrest so long dei
layed? Because the government i
now sure that their health and
strength has been restored. They
have recovered from the effects of.
their former starvation and torture
The government with the spirit of
the true torturer, gloats over' this
fact. They can now keep them in
prison and torture them that much
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water is very cold. i
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