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control the industry of the country,
all reason for violence will disappear;
hence violence itself will disappear.
And the entire profits of industry will
be to those who"inake industry pos
sible THE PEOPLE WHO WORK.
(Tomorrow Frank P. Walsh will
comment on the plans of Gompers,
Hillquit and St. John.)
AUTOS DO BIG DAMAGE
New York, June 22. Daniel Calla
han, 5, killed by auto trying to rescue
his four-year-old girl chum, Florence
John Van Hurten, Somerville; Mrs.
Van Hurten, George Armstrnog and
Walter O'Donnell of Jersey City,
Frederick Scott and Herbert Quinton
hurt when two autos crashed.
Annie Gerber an dWm. Aufert hurt
when auto of Sidney Drew, an actor,
collided with their machine.
i o o
HAD THE ANSWERS
"Now, Benjamin, had the revolu
tionary war not occurred, what would
have been the result?"
"We wouldn't have to be studying
One fifth of all deathsmong in
fants occur during the month of July.
The vast majority die in the summer
months. . , u ,-v. JirtUr ,
WAR NURSE DIES SHE WAS
REFUSED A PENSION
Annie Robb, Civil War nurse, was
buried Saturday and the story of how
the government has consistently re
fused a pension to her came out
At the time of the war Miss Robb
and her sister went with the 72d Illi
nois Regiment as nurse. All during
the campaign they were on the battle
field caring for the sick.
Before the war ended Annie Robb's
sister died. She was buried quietly
in some forgotten place. But that
didn't stop Annie Robb. She marched
on with the soldiers.
When she got very old too old to
work fast enough to assure her an
income she applied for a pension.
It was refused.
Three ol dsurvivors of the 72d Illi
nois attended the funeral and told
wondrous tales of "little Annie, the
WOMEN'S TRADE UNION LEAGUE
TO HAVE FOURTH OUTING
A trip to Millwood Resort at Eau
Claire, Mich., over fhe Fourth of July
will take the place of the July meet
ing of the Women's Trade Union
A special rate of $1 a day has been
secured for members of the league
at this resort which is situated about
a quarter of a mile from the St Joe
river. Names of those who wish to
join the league's Fourth of July party
must be given to the league by 'the
25th of June, so that reservations
may be made.
DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
Ossining, N. Y., June 22. Pietro
Rebaci, 19, confessed head of a
"murder, blackmail and white slave ,
syndicate," died this morning in elec
tric chair for slaying Tony Marro at
White Plains in February. Four other
.men involved in the killing of Marro
faced trial today with Rebaci's con
fession confronting them as the most;
damaging evidences . , .,
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