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flowing on active service, approves
the martial spirit
The state is not a vindicator of
right, for it allows employers to de
fraud workmen and punishes work
men who defraud employers.
I ) He is not a man of worth who "be
lieves in the reforming effects of pun
ishment; punishment cannot reform
or deter others from crime while the
origin of misconduct remains un
AMERICAN FIRMS PROTEST AT
New York, July 20. American
citizens connected with firms which
have been blacklisted by the British
government under the trading with
the enemy act are prepared to enter
vigorous protest at state dep't in
Washington. Some of those mention
ed in list already have asked for pro
tection against interference with
One of first firms to resent action
of 'British government in ordering
Americans to cease all business deal
ings with Germans was banking and
shipping house of Muller, Schall &
Co. Wm. Schall, Jr., member of the
firm, is a citizen of the United States.
The company is incorporated in this
Last winter the heads of the firm
were told by some of their customers
that they would have to stop doing
business wjth certain German firms.
Schall, after ascertaining that the in
formation came from British sources,
went to the British embassy in Wash-N
ington to make inquiries.
T After having assured attaches of
the embassy that the members of his
firm, with but one exception, are citi
zens of the U. S.t he was told that
the, name of the company might be
removed from the secret blacklist if
REPORT M'ADOO IS TO GET
A TEN-YEAR POSITION
,WM G- MCADOU
McAdoo will resign, it is reported,
as secretary of the treasury to accept
appointment as governor of the fed
eral reserve board, succeeding Chas.
Hamlin. vHamlin may be Democratic
candidate for governor of Massachu
setts. The reserve board job will be
good for ten years.
She had just been vaccinated.
"Now, doctor," she asked, "will the
"That, madam," answered the doc
tor, "depends upon you." Ladies'
Louisiana state board of education
has put its foot down on Mothpr
a guarantee were given that no busi- i Goose rhymes, throwing out a read
ness would be done with Germans. ' er series because of these ditties in
Schall refused to make such an ' them. Ex-Gov. Hall and other
agreement and yesterday his firm ap- prominent members, who are planta
peared among those in the official I tion born and reared, thought they
public blacklist. 1 belittled the farmer.