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"Dear heart, I never, until you
have been here, knew how much I
"Stop your spooning and come
along," shouted Jim, who all at once
seemed to have regained his good
But underneath was that terrible
something I did not know what and
I don't know yet. I only know that
I am afraid, little book. I believe for
the first time in my life I am afraid,
(To Be Continued.)
KIN OF POCAHONTAS IS AN
Casgg rf' SsSPs!
EDITH OGDEN HARRISON.
Miss Edith Ogden Harrison, daugh
ter of Carter H. Harrison, former ma
yor of Chicago, who like Mrs. Wood
row Wilson, the white house bride, is
a descendant of Pocahontas, the In
dian princess, is to be married at
Easter. The groom-to-be is Cyrus
I STRIKEBREAKERS IN PLANT OF
CORN PRODUCTS CO.
The men who work at Argo in the
plant of the Corn Products Refining
Co. are not unionized, nearly all are
foreigners mostly Russians and
many cannot speak the American
tongue, but they are waging one of
the most thorough strikes that has
been staged around Chicago.
The 150 starch workers who first
walked out have grown to ' 1,500.
Now, nearly every employe is listed
as a striker and the fight is intense
The uen have not been getting a
living wage. They live in cheap
houses, insanitary and uninviting,
and have eaten cheap food because
their wages for a day's work would
not permit them to live like a man
wants himself and his family to live.
They have agreed that they would as
soon starve themselves to death by
striking as starve their children to
death by inability to earn enough
when working to keep them alive.
A trainload of Chicago strike
breakers and sluggers was gotten
4nto the stockade around the plant
last night. The strikers are picketing
the plant to keep out food, hoping to
starve out the strikebreakers.
MORE REASONS BIG BIZ DOESN'T
Washington, March 15. Louis D.
Brandeis received $225,000 as his fee
from Qld Dominion Copper and
Smelting Co., Charles S. Smith, pres
ident Old Dominion Co., told the sen
ate investigating committee today.
Said directors believed they got their
SOME SERMON, THIS
"Breddern," said the colored
preacher "I hab decided to divide mah
sermon dis manning in three pahts.
De fust paht Ah'll understan' an' yo
all won't De second yo-all will un
derstan' an' Ah won't De third paht
nobuddy will understan'." Ladies'