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cause to fight us. We should he neu
tral even at the cost of our lives by
committing treason and refusing to
take part. This would force the mas
ters to settle their fights some other
way. John Morley.
JUST A GIRL, BUT SHE'S NOTED
CHARITY. After eleven years of
personal investigations, logical rea
soning and with a natural desire and
zeal to find out for myself, not by
reading 'their annual reports, I can
say the f dllowing for organized char
ity: Organized charity does strange
things in the light of its name.
Organized charity fights real char
ity unless it can have the handling of
Organized charity objects to sym
pathetic people giving bread to the
hungry and shoes to the farefootea.
Organized charity objects to any
charity the money to which does not
pass through its "administrators."
Here is an instance in one charity
organization; its receipts and disposal
For the twelve months ending Dec.
31, 1914 Received, $226,265.50. Out
of this $86,609.02 went to the poor.
$139,658.48 went, presumably, to ad
Remember this next tag day. Re
member also that less than 4c of your
dime goes to where you meant for it
to go, the rest, God knows! Jack
SAYS SILK. SOX The writers in
The Day Book are telling a lot of lies
about how the police treat the gar
ment worker strikers, or that the
police are breeding a lot of anarchists
by the slugger and strong-arm meth
ods they are using. Possibly the po
lice are only trying to punch enough
sense into the laboring people's heads
so they will vote for Socialists instead
of Democrats and Republicans, w"ho
always favor the moneyed crowd
whichever of them is elected. Silk
She is well on her way to fame as a
violinist, but she has already achieved
fame as the youngest lyceum director
in the ctuntry. Miss Lynch, who is a
Chicago girl, is less than 20, but she
directs a Chautauqua company of six
young women and manages the ar
tistic as well as the business policy
of the organization.
The biggest novelty department ?
stores are showing are the women
customers who know at a glance just
what they want
"I should worry!" remarked the
habitual jail bird, "even Bill Bryan
believes in more than one term."