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majority -will come to the conclusion
that greed is vile, unjust and unnatu
ral and it checks progress. Every
person who does useful work or talks
and writes for the" good of humanity
does much good.
Mr. S. F. Cleveland was right about
humanity day and" if all would fol
low it would be the greatest benefit
bestowed upon mankind. If we can't
come to it in that way there is little
hope in any other way.
This is the best answer I can give
to your query, Mr. Williams. We have
so many different organizations that
it is impossible to induce all the peo
ple to believe that any one of them is
the right salve that heals. I hope this
will satisfy. Frank Smith.
CHAUFFEURS' PROTEST. The
baseball season was opened Satur
day, April 10, by Weeghman's
Whales. Preceding the opening of
the park a parade was held which as
its main feature all of the ballplay
ers riding in Shaw's scab taxicabs. I
do not believe the players themselves
knew what they were doing, but Mr.
Chas. Weeghman certainly did know
what he was doing when he hired
those finkey cabs, as he himself pat
ronizes them almost every day.
Last year organized labor called
Mr. Weeghman's attention to the
fact that there was a strike against
the Shaw company, but it seems he
has forgotten, or else he does not
care. T. F. Neary, Sec'y Chauffeurs'
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis is
a great judge but he's a bum saloon
keeper. He has 27 saloons under his
charge, and he's ordered them all to
close on Sunday. Probably he will
order the bartenders not to monkey
with the cash registers.
"Spontaneous boom for Champ
Clark all over the country," says a
Western paper. Never heard it! Must
have only been some fellow kicking
Champ's dog around agin.
New York. David and Maxwell
Slade, members of the law firm of
Slade & Slade, who brought $50,000
suit for alleged breach of promise for
Rae Tamzer against James W. Os
born, indicted for conspiracy.
El Paso, Tex. Disguised as a
woman, C. C. Slaughter, absconding
cashier of Mercantile Nat. Bank,
Pueblo, Colo., crossed into Mexico
Rock Island, III. Large posse of
armed men searching country be
tween Watertown and Hampton for
murderers of Edw. Zerbe, 24, waylaid
Spokane, Wash. Mrs. L. A. Leon
ard chloroformed and killed her 4
cihldren and herself. Despondent
New York. Mrs. Gertrude, Ather
ton, California novelist, suffering
from pneumonia, not expected to live.
Washington. Postoffice dep't in
memorandum on question of allow
ing newspapers containing prizefight
pictures to use mails says such pa
pers will be accepted and carried at
Springfield, III. Illinois senate
killed Sen. Piercy's resolution for an
amendement to amend the amending
clause of the constitution and Sen.
Smith's resolution for abolishing mi
nority system of representation in the
"KI-YM" THE TWO GREAT
FEARS OF A "BAcHEfaOR.