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vine," and ones a man has .acknowl
edged woman as bis wife, bo mat
ter if only under, the conditions of
the. common law coniract, all per
sons worthy the name of man or
woman will be careful to respeet her
as, a wife and not magnify the frail
ties, that in proper and level morals
vanish, like fume and, yapor In the
presence of thesacredness of sexual
relations. We do' not need to forget
to be. enabled to forgive. Prof, C. L.
Ajf 9T9i , ,
-TBE STRIKEBREAKER; I o-,
tioed an express wagon, protected by
the police. I asked myself the ques
tion, "Is the scab really to blame for
his. inhumanity toward his striking
brethren?. Doeshe wantonly take
the bread and butter .out of the
mouths of his' brother man, or has
hunger, driven1 him into a fit of moral
insanity?" I came to the .conclusion
..that the latter-must be the case.
No man in his right senses would
encroach upon the livelihood of ah-,
tber man, just for the fun of doing
. it I blieve that 'the majority of.
scao. are puntsnea py ine lasn 01
conscience for their forced unjust
conduct to Ufeir downtrodden fel
lowmen. The professional scabs I do
not" take Into consideration. . They
have reverted to the lowest stages of
JA great many have resorted to
scabbing through the hunger and
poverty of their family, knowing full
well the moral gravity of the situa
tion, They have simply reverted
temporarily to savage life. This class
of-scab can be won back againv. We
have also to consider the mental
Vtralning pt tbeses people. We have to
takeJUatO consiaeraooa ine met, .wutu
they have been taught to be obedient t
to their masters. The workingraen
they have been taught to consider
their equals, while their employers
they must regard as their vast su
Unionism and co-operative, bar
gaining implies mental growth of the
proletariat The-average sah is.4o
ignjornt and too much under the Mr
fluence of his early training to vaitte -collective
bargainings Sam Druck,--
PAYING MARCHERS. I hear th
big firms of the city will give their
workers a holiday Saturday and that
those who march in the preparedness
parade will be paid for theday, but if -v
they do sot march they wiH lose, the
daro wages. '
Will some of the readers of The
iDay. Book who are in a position to '
know from their own experience
kindly- tell me whether this is true
and whether workingmea are to be -paid
for marching in order that Chi-'
cago may 'make a big showing for :
preparedness? A Constant Reader.
MURDERER&-T-The real murder
er of . Marion . Lambert is tha, virtue
trust which reaches4 out its slimy
tentacles, closing redbghts, sending
girls and men to prteoiuand poseibly
hangs a W'U Orpet With a segre
gated district running young men
would snare Ignorant little girls who
know ho'fbing about birth-control,
Of course, people ara generally
satisfied If a "goat" of the sysemr -against
nature's' laws is punished.
But the real culprits fcre allowed to
further ply their trade of artificial ; .
reform against the inevitable law. '
of nature-.and what they are pleased
to call "animalism."
Now, letme say right here that it
the white race had relied on the "an
imalism" of John Che Baptist, -the 18
.diecioles, Christ, Paulj Mayor Thomp
son," Alice Roosevelt; most of the 16 ,
committee and myself, it wouldhave.
become extinct long ago- As it waa
the white race, following puritanism,
monogamy and anti-animalism, was
burled into the dark ages, the Moor
and Turk overran Europe and 'the
Jew lost his country. The Jap has
his sword at the white. man's thwat, .
threatening him again, with "the
The followers pf Christ aire ocJy