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THIS COAL OPERATOR BOQSTSI CHILD SPECIALISTS TO
THE UNIONS . - NEXT FALL
That labor unions have established
a better class of workmen and Im
proved conditions of miners, is the
declaration of P. S. Peabody, head
of the Illinois coal operators.
"Unlike John D. Rockefeller, Jr.,
Peabody frequently eats -and lives
with his men in the coal fields and
say he finds them a pretty good sort
of folks and nothing like what the
capitalists are trying to make people
believe of the Colorado miners.
The Luncheon Lurch.
The Supper Spraddle.
The Breakfast Balk.
The Midnight Mop".
The Morning Mix.
The Sunday Scramble.
The Monday Muddle.
The Tuesday Tie-Up.
The Wednesday Wobble.
The Thursday Throw Down.
The Friday Flop.
The Saturday Slide. ,
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More than 200 specialists on chQd
life in school and in the home will
take part in the Fourth International
Congress of Home Education to be
held September 22 to 29 in Philadel
phia. Five, hundred delegates including
official representatives from twenty
foreign nations will attend.
Philadelphia won the conference
mainly through the efforts of Mrs. J.
Scott Anderson, directress of Torres
dale House. She has since been made
general secretary of the organization.
The duchess of Vendom, a sister of '
the king of Belgium, is president of
the international commission under
whose auspices the congress will be
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