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:he little tot in his teeth and brought
the imperiled child ashore. That
evening Martin Dobbs sent for Dan.
"Mr. Randall," he said, "it was I
who shot your poor horse, and I'm
ashamed of it. He -saved the life of
my only cherished treasure on earth.
J understand you need capital to
stock your ranch. You shall have all
you need as long as you like, without
So the young ranchman took home
a bride to his western home and
they did not leave brave, loyal Tem
HEADS WOMEN'S DEMOCRATIC
Mrs. William O. Cuiiop, wife of
Representative Cuiiop of Indiana.
She has just been elected president
of the Women's National Democratic
I here were 835 women medical
students in the TJ. S. in 1913.
CIGAR MAKERS SYMPATHIZE
WITH MINERS SEND HELP
Editor Day Book:
The Progressive CigarMakers' Un
ion, who are now conducting strikes
against the firms of Wohl & Com
stock, 1466 Madison street; Solares
& Co., Kinzie near State street,' and
the Jupiter Cigar Co., Lake.and Paul
ina streets, realize just what gun tac
tics and police brutality mean to un
ionists when the Manufacturers' As
sociation use such tactics against
men trying to better their conditions.
One touch of misery makes the
world akin, and when we read in The
Day Book the true account of the
brutal "and cowardly assault on Pres.
Chas. Moyer and his associates of the
Western Federation of Miners by the
gunmen in Calumet we were deeply
concerned and grieved. That action
coming on immdiately after the
Christmas eve catastrophe naturally
made us wonder what next was in
store'for the workers.
As we are up against a similar
condition here, only on a smaller,
scale, we sympathize with the W. P.
of M., and decided to take up a col
lection among our members to help
out in a small way the miners of
Calumet. Our regret is that we are
unable to do more, but as we have
been on strikes and lockouts for sev
eral weeks our boys are broke.
However, out of our scanty re
sources we secured' $14.70. It will be
forwarded to the Western Federation
of Miners. The Progressive Cigar
Per Charles W. Winfield,
1146 S. Western Av.
Olga Nethersole hissed her audi
ence in Memphis, Tenn., recently be
cause the women talked during an .
emotional part of her play. Gaby
Deslys doesn't seem to care how
much the women gabble about her
About one-third of the human fam
ily looks to rice as a food staple.