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out, no other organization was called
oh or was equipped or Bad the expe-"
rience that qualified it to enter the
"I am sure we will win in the cop
per country. If w.e do not win this
strike we will win s6me other strike
"Ten years ago the same sort of
employers as those of Calumet
clubbed and shot our members and
threw them in bull pens in Colorado.
Soldiers and gunmen were poured
into the district. They drove men out
of the state, drove them along roads
like cattle to the state line and warn
ed them never to come back. What
is the result? They congratulated
themselves and exulted over sup
pressing organized labor in their
mines. What is the result?
"Today those mirie owners and
mine maiiagers of Colorado have a
worse strike on their hands than they
had a few years back when they
thought they had suppressed union-,
ism. A strike of more men, and bet
ter equipped for a struggle, is now on.
The Colorado' strikers of today have
back of them:the United Mine Work
ers of America with a membership of
450,000 miners. They will win in
Colorado. And they will win in
Calumet. I believe the present strike
will be won. But if not, then there
will be another strike at a future date
when we will win."
HERSHEY CO. MAKES "CANDY"
MOVE FOLLOWS FORD LEAD
Hershey, Pa., Feb. 2. Another
case of profit-sharing was put into
operation here today when the Her
shey chocolate company distributed a
fund of $100,000 among its employes
of six months.
Mrs. Emma H. L. Knight of New
York says that men do-not want the
"goo goo" girl in their offices any
longer. They want stenographers
and clerks who know their business
and know how a business woman
U. & TO PREVENT EXECUTION OF
Mexico City, Feb. 3. U. S. gov
ernment will not permit execution of
Gen. Huerta and his associates if
rebels enter capital. Charge O'Shaug
hessy unofficially informed Huerta
and all Mexican leaders that arrange
ments have been made to lake them
under the protection of the American-embassy,
if the constitutionalists
or Zapatistas should take Mexico
City. It is declared that Pres. Wil
son has said, that the next president
of Mexico shall not attain the na
tional palace by slaying the incum
bent. Menaced on both east and north
by the rebels, the city is considered
to be in a precarious position, and the
end of Gen. Huerta's military power
believed in sight.
With copious floods of tears flow
ing from her eyes, the prisoner stood
before the bar.
"What's the matter, my good wo
man?" asked the judge. ,
The sobs increased, the tears flow
ed more freely.
"Faith, sir," spoke up the brass
buttoned guardian of the peace,. "I.
guess she's wanting to be bailed out!"
The average height of women has
increased almost two inches during
the last generation.