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STORY OF SCOTT LOSING HIS
FIGHT FOR LIFE. IS OUT
London, Nov. 6. The thrilling
story of Captain Scott's discovery of
the South Pole and his losing fight
for life in the Antarctic including
the explorer's diary, was published
today. The narrative fills two large
"The end cannot be far. It seems
a pity, but I do not think I can write
more. For God's sake, look-after our
Those were the last words writ
ten by Scott ,and tehy are produced
in fac simile in the first book. Though
the man was then partly dead, his
frozen feet being in process of mor
tification, the handwriting shows no
At one stage of their suffering,
Scott made the expedition's doctor
furnish all the men with enough
opium to kil Ithem, but the suicide
1 .an finally was abandoned.
S..3 .WHITE CHILDREN ARE
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 6. "Within a
generation the negro in the South
will be the superior, both mentally
and physically, of the white, unless
there is a radical change on the part
of the South in handling the child
President Samuel Gompers of the,
American Federation of Labor made
this declaration today upon his ai
rival to attend the annual convention
of labor hosts.
"White children," said Gompers,
"are becomming degenerates through
work In the cotton mills, while the
negro children, because of their
ability to live on less, grow up in the
outside air and attend school more
Gompers reiterated his statement
at Chicago that he is only a receptive
candidate to succeed himself.
LINER LIMPS INTO PORT
New York, Nov. 6. The steamer
Bremen struggled into port tpday-
with all her upper works smashed as
a result of buffeting for four 'days
with one of the worst storms of the
For three days the passengers
could not visit the dining saloon.
Even the officers and crew were sick
and the steerage passengers were in
O O a
Cleveland, O. Liquor dealers have
adopted resolutions giving smaller
drinks of beer for a nickel and doing
away with custom of giving patrons
free drinks at holiday times.
Peoria, III. Guy Allen, Galesburg;
Jesse Coombs, Chillicothe, and Jno.
Bennett, Peoria, indicted for violation
of Mann white slave act.
Denver, Col. With death of hus
band from tuberculosis, marriage of
Adele Ritchey, Canton, 111., to Way-,
mon P. Harmon, 18 months ago, be
SHAW OFFICIAL FINED FOR THEj
SLUGGING OF UNION MAN '
Slugging of union men by non
unionists received a severe setback
when Judge Mahoney fined Paul
Geiser, foreman, of the Walden W.
Shaw Auto Livery Co., $50 for beat
ing Rudolph Stimpsel, a member of,
the Machinists' "Union.
Stimpsel was beaten up when it
was discovered that he was a union,
man. He had been wroking at his
trade at the Shaw garage, which is
notoriously non-union, when he was.
ordered into Geiser's office.
"Is it true tnat you're a union'
man," asked Geiser. t
The man admitted he was. ,
"Don't you know we-aln't got any
use for union men around this place,"
shouted Geiser. Then he pounced,
upon Stimpsel and struck him several
In fining Geiser for the slugging
Judge Mahoney administered a caus
tic rebuke to the foreman.
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