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and women and little children of
more value than machinery and divi
dends?" And gathering multitudes of capi
talists and laborers, workingmen all,
are answering " -.
Emery dust in machinery should
be punished by the penitentiary; but
the machinery ruined by a vandal's
act can be replaced
Not so when you kill the soul of
a child, or destroy the virtue of a
woman, or make a criminal of man
by drugging him with alcohol, or de
stroy his family and home by paying
him less than a living wage the
wrongs here are irreparable. Sabot
age is evil, but these are infinitely
Ignorance and greed these chains
alone have held men, capitalist and
laborer alike, while these Bins against
God, the Maker of us all these acts
which destroy the likeness to Him in
which all men, women and children
have been created these crimes
have been committed.
Today workingmen, capitalist and
laborer alike, are uniting.
They are striking off the chains.
They are gaining a world more,
they are going forth together in the
name of God to claim the universe as
theirs, the children of Omnipotence.
Men, unite in His name.
Executive Committee of the Men
and Religion Forward Movement.
Madison, Wis. Burglars got $700
in money, jewelry and clothing from
store of Sidney P. Rundell.
San Antonio, Tex. 12 years in pen
verdict for Miguel Martinez, Mexican
labor agitator, charged with conspir
acy In killing of deputy sheriff last
Boston. C. James Connoly, 64,
vice president of Boston National
baseball club, dead,
San Francisco. Charging they
divulged secrets regarding fortifica
tions of Panama Canal, warrants is-
sued for arrest of Chas. K. Field, edi
tor Sunset magazine; Aviator Robt
Fowler, R. A. Dunham, photographer,
and Riley A. Scott, writer.
Marietta, O. Marietta, Columbia
& Cleveland R. R., 50 miles, connect
ing Marietta with New York, in hands
Perth, Scotland. Eluding troops
and pohce Rhoda Fleming, suffraget,
jumped on footboard of his majesty's
LaCrosse, Wis. Newton DeVoe,
son of owner of richest diamond mine
in South Africa, arrested. Found in
sane. London. Seven aviators started
from Hendon today in race to Paris
Washington. Fevenue cutter serv
ice has ordered 4 cutters now in Alas
kan waters to resque of people whose
lives may be jeopardized by repBrted
eruption of Mount Katmai. '
Peoria. Auto driven by Francis
Casey, 14, struck and killed Police
man Richard Donnelly, 60.
Peoria. Clubhouse of Duck Island
Club on Illinois river destroyed by
fire. Loss $10,000.
Scranton, Pa. Cloudburst made
several hundred homeless. Destroyed
several thousands dollars' worth of
Indianapolis. Donn M. Roberts,
mayor of Terre Haute, fined $100 and
costs' by Judge Baker for contempt
of court because 'he interfered with
cleaning of sewer being done, under
orders of U. S. Judge Anderson.
St. Johns, N. F. Steamer Invermor
ashore near Brigg Harbor. Carries
passenger, mail and freight. No de
tails. Berlin. Failure of Wolf-Weirtheim
department stores, which were owned
by "Prince's Trust" came up in bank
ruptcy court Liabilities of $9,750,000
owing to 3,000 creditors.
Mobile, Ala. Leaving riote saying
he had lost his mind worrying oyer
business, John J. Gragard, New Or
leans, suicided by jumping from fif th-
-stoty window of hotel,
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