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OLD WORLD FEUDS
HERE IN AMERICA
HEW YORK'S CARNIVAL OF BLOOD
How the Hunchakist, the
Hand, the Vendetta, the
Other Complications, Have Been Imported Into the
Metropolis to Breed Violence,
New York. The time was, and Dot
jo very long ngo, when any murder in
New York which had In It any amount
of mystery and which could not be at
tributed to one of the causes which
commonly bring on murder jealousy
or temper or robbery wag apt to be
JaM at the doors of one or another of
the pangs that Infested the city. Hith
er It was supposed that the gang had
a grtitlt-e agalnfct the victim and so
Arranged to destroy him, or thai the
gang had been hired to remove him
and hi 1 planned the job and done it
aceiudins to contract.
Put within the lael few years in
clement more dangerous, more sinis
ter and far more subtle has crept into
SI. M t . ' "- t
Wj to 1
New Vr.rks crime records. Old World
fi;li ;vt:d vendettas have been trans-pUi-.U'J
here, and, seemingly, the soil
of tie new country has pruved arua
lueiy ti rule to their growth. Every
few ':u or weeks brings n asuas-dn-ih.i
if an ou" break whirh can be
f:u--l it; a way (o Old World Inrtu
' ry often the police ate able
to show that the thins was plotted In
some c ut of l hew ay !!(. w of Europe
or Asia, although what the motives
i-.n.l wlsKt the immediate Influences
which pi-cmptcd the crime are things
th.if :!.e keenest of the detectives an J
the dcvrirsl of the nrwsparx r tai l)
can never exactly find out.
Feuds Hard to Urdcrstsnd.
Helens thra rises the bn-isr of
forc'pn sccret.lver.e-as, fear end
ai.-.mgcic of language barriers
which effectually preclude the punlsh
liieiil f-r the shooting or stabbing or
dynamiting, as the case may tie, al
though sometimes the tocl who pulled
the tilrsT or sank the blade I made
to siitt-r. The penance which New
York pay for bcliic an asylum and a
refuce tor all ople of the world Is
wtlitea In red letters. For with the
new 1 lood and the good blood wo get
In nearly every Immigrant ship that
touches these shores some of the
need of a legacy of hate which dates
bark perhaps a hundred years to an
aticiei-.t polttiisl or religious quarrel
thst e rsnnot fathom or understand.
In the ..1.1 days a crime which had
about it the ins of jrvmeT.atlon
had a!io. generally speaking, the ear
marks of roir.e gr.ng leaiicr and his
merry men There were polleemetj
who could tel! at a glance whether the
credit for a sordid slun tragedy prop
erly tielonge.J, my, to the follower of
Humpy Jai kon, that talented gun
IKht.-r who toted his hirdware In his
hat, cr whether It should be added to
the tally of the clan of the ambidex
trous and ambitious NlneKyed lvnnl
gan. Hut since Eat Em I'p Jack Me
Mnrtus starWd down the How-cry one
night over two ars SK' and came
tint U !u sn ambulance with his nkull
caved lit by a ga p! e there has not
been a gang murder which showed evi
dence of having been woikisj nut be
forehand. Ended Chinatown Trcubls,
These til, ie that's all changed snJ
il.ne away with. It Is the Intricate
,V-!dt ef the fotelgn born that are
covked up on emlH-is with which this
country has no art or parcel which
b-'iiet tin- bulk of the unexplained and
iilipuii'rhsd crimes of the tenement
ilisttii'ls and the quarter where the
aliens C'f the community make their
her.ua Fur three e;.rs a despciate
-iunvl rBKl In Chinatown. It rot the
lives of between 15 atid 2'-) Chiuumea.
Three er, killed In lit) night at the
Chinese theater In Doyt-r stree t. Pud
denl) It ended ihert oft and there
were to) more killings.
The elit e took tiie credit for mak
ing ChlLSlown ne more safo for the
totirlhl of the rubberneck hat k and the
rutin buyer. As a matter if r.u-t they
had nothing to do wPh It, aloved by
the prayer of the Chinese merchants
I , -if
Tong, the Mafia, the Black
Athenian Blood Pact, and
of Chinatown the old Dowager
Empress served notice on the men
whom she knew to b respoiHittie for
the prun fighting. In the narrow, ameily
little streets that unless they stopped
their foolishness in New York she
would find it incumbent upon herself
to put to death their relatives at home
In China, more particularly parents
Had Origin in Home Quarrel.
The police had never been able to
make any of their accusations of mur
der fctick against the suspects who
trailed st the slipper!- be- of con
suniptive, oily little Mock Duck. Hut
the old Empress knew the way. The
mllce know and bo dues the rest of
the town that in a general way of
speaking the hostile factious were di
vided then, and are still divided, for
that matter, Into the Hip Sing Tons
ar.d the On long Tons. Put It. wasn't
until mouths after the active warfare
ceased that the truth carue out that
behind the whole thing Jay the rival
ry between the Reform party In China
mid the p3i(y which la faithful to the
reignir.g dynasty. Complications grow
ing out of the utrutple for the pie sow
and fan tan concessions gambling
prlvil.-ges to put It in plain English
had Inflamed the belllccrer.ts, but fit
the back of It lay a 50 year-old quar
rel oa the other side of the earth.
Frequently In one or another of the
three large and well-defined Italian
settlements there occurs a. murder
which cannot be attributed merely to
a row over chlantl in some base
ment drinking place. The police sapl
ently say "l.Iark Hand," arrest a few
8utects, misspell the names of the
pri-soucr. keep them awhile and turn
them loone for lack of evidence oa
whirh to hold them longer.
ljst fall three such murders oc
curred in rapid succession on the low-
er east side, one In Christ! street
iie In Forsyth street, one iu First
street, a few doors off the Itowery. In
each instance the slot Ira was shot
through a window and likewise
through the bend. All three Jobs bore
the workmnnithip of the r.ttue practic
ed hand, or Set of bands.-tfald th po
lice. "Hiat k Hatid." which I a blanket
expn -i.n. covulnii for them a tr.iiltt-tii-in
Not Work ef "Qic Hand."
It didn't look in the least like the
ork of the filar tc Hand, for the Plat k
Hander In the main are a lot ,f crude
coarse pet formers who customarily
eiifmce their demands for tribute by
blowing In the front of a grocery wliH
dynamite or stabbing some sltibboru
tradesman between the shouhlers.
Eventually It came out in a round
about (a.-hloii that the three dead men
had ail been uit-mbcta o' the geuuitie
Hi tide, the HlKh Mafia. In the old
country, and although they hate ntsv-t-r
btCU able ti prove It the d.-tertiteS
of the Italian bureau are morally cer
tain that two host n lustrttmul of
the mother organlsalbin br; theis, t
It hsppene, and iH'th t them dead
hliotii were sent ait the wgy here
from Sicily to kill tiff the luckless
thiee fur the imfot-giiuhle crime of be
traying the society to the ant hoi it ies
before they took themselves out of the
province, islmlhuly some bl.vid vendet
ta which bad Its besjltmln f.'t or 75
years Am In I'alei mo or CaluluU Is
liable to prove fjt.tl to a l'tti.speious
padn-ne lu Mulb.rry Mend totuot :ww
What has been known a the Oi lent
at qtiititer, where the Arabs and Sty rl
ans lit down on Wabhtrgton sins-t.
In stuffy old time houses that -jut al
moat In the shadow of the !:o.'itt (1
the 1, Bcrapets fornbho au out
break tor CO apparent reason orcanlou
ally, tleiiei ally no lives are lost. f.r
the SyrUit la tiotoi iotmly a bad shot,
but there U always A he.np (if lu-i's
''.,,',-'"-'" - ' " : ; V 'V'
V'-.r '". -jx.;
' l l -'-'.': ' .
5. -Sox, ' .!
crir tns'e fiopp!t,n of f i'-toll aii
chou'li.g and luuni': around, arid r!,frti
two or three Orientals go the h'-s
pitiil, badly biiRped un. The cs'iae?
Meiely a h;il bl'wudhig out of a 4ur
rel thst has I's roots at the i"V"'n
of thf! fx lal structure of tfytia; the
breach between the two branches of
the Fyrinn churrb h;s been if)iy-n-d
In due form' here in New York. Nine
limes out of t n one ur another of the
hostile Mi-hops or both of them rr.Kii
age to g't lacgled c; in the pujke
court end of the affiay. ,
Traced Mry Mui-rfefs,
A few days ago the censaiioKal
Cnion Stpiare murder served to d!ri-t
atfentlwa to the fVUt teteeij t3.
Turks and the Armenian and lo
tween the Armenians tberaselres. Th
richest Arux'nlan In America, a mil
lionaire rug merchant, was shot to
death from behind as he came out of
the Everett House, where be bad been
for his luneh. Investigating the aas
sination the dintrict. attorney's office
stumbled upon a door wbich, being
opened, showed a veritable l!iue
l'-eard'a closet of horrors. Mr. Jerome's
young men were able to trace the mur
der of the rug merchant, the butchery
of the Armenian priest, old Father
Kafrpar, three months before, ttnd half
a dozen other unexplained murders
hero and In other parts of the glolw
to a common cause.
They learned, to their very great
surprise, that for months and years
most of the wealthy Armenians tn
America had been living in fear cf
their lives because of the threats end
the acts of a mysterious Armenian so
ciety formed ostensibly for the pur
pose of aiding the moribund revolu
tion Bsainst Turkey, but la reality
doin? a large mail-order business 4a
murder, blackmail and Intimidation
a society which has Its headquarters
In Cypress and which, thrwotb I's j
ciiom ii accnis, striken ocagjj ohjwi si
will fn New York or Louden or Cm-
stai.ti;jople or New England. The
slayer (if the rug dealer. came, so the
police believe, all the way across the
ocean from Greece to fhoot oe of Ids
countrymen whom fce bad never se-en.
He got his orders and he came.
Trouble Brought from Sparta.
One n'eht last week a de?ierat?
f,t;ht broke out among the Creek ih5
dlers who sell fruit and peanuts
around the Manhattan entrance of
Brooklyn bridge. I'p and down Parte'
How the fight raged. Fifteen or twen
ty Greeks, arrayed In equal strength
oa either tide, deserted their push
carts to use knlvea and fists and c!ub'
on one another. They overpowered the
first of the policemen who cauie
against them and kept right on. It
took the reserves from two station
houKes to mow the gladiators down
and drag them away to the station
house. In the police court the magistrate
said he supposed they were two rival
groups of peddlers who had fallen out
over the distribution of the fryitfuj
territory about the bridge entrance.
Oh, no." explained the interpreter.)
quite as a matter of fact, "All these!
men come from Sparta, and there has j
been a bitter quarrel between their!
families In Soarta for many vears. J
They happened to meet la force here
In New York."
He added that from what he could
gusher thorf would probably be work
for an undertaker when the leaders of
the two c'ans came out of the work-
house. And there you are. That' the
way it goes in
New York, the world j
Police Commissioner H'.n;;ham re
allien that the police force as It Is
constituted at present I not compe
tent to cope with the foreigner who
bring their old feuds and conspiracies
over here with them. He has atked
for a special appropriation of $25,000
with which to hire a secret-service
staff of Chinamen, Italians and Ar
- - 4 ...
t.it'uiaus men who ran sptak Ihe
tv)iiguea f these roiispIratvM' aiid wba
will Juin their tN-letles. shai-e thc'.r
Intrigue, help them plot their b?;v k
liialiir.gs and luvirderlngs Jtud then at
the proper time betray them to the
fitttncity for Bananas.
Panaris re tuw- ii;--ued by
t . fifty v.Ph great -m-Stoa f r any
required t'a'e. An air-tljiht ce fU: I
with ehstrlo lamps wnts'n th
bumhe. and tipculng U htt-nel u:i
tier the cotniilued luituence of the art!
lid-", light nd het. The prv'e
varies acciudmg to the oum'.'-cr id
latrpa turned oa. eiptrtour-e ensbliof
th fruiteicr to ll hi trdo: at J
: ijm- ':V
.''- ' - III-.
Witiie's Di lntrtt n Pltymtlt't
H!th t sp'sined.
Tbls story Is well in le; .rg !"
th Spirit of tbe tl". fujt it" ,'e
Yorlt Tribune. A Itror i tr.n tells !t
s!w:l l is IPtle boy. The c". -vr s
ouit hot-ful wis very aKd W!:;-t
j'd the other yt..i!.gr!i r In the V, k
tad been ti' t to mak ' y !;...
In the streets. The 6!gr.!for'g fcell
rang one Sy r.;J .he i(.eted It tf f nd
V!i;; stadlLg ltS'.s.'.y tn t-r frctt
How Is he todayr te Inqulrf a
t sh whisjwr,
"He's t ftter, tfcssk yo, d hr, mi
what a thoughtful child joa are ta
eonse and auk."
Willie stood a moment on one foot
and then burst forth again, "I'm orful
sorry Jimmy's aick."
The mother was profoundly touched.
She could End no further words to
say, but simply kissed him. Made eMU
bolder ty the caress, Willie began ta
back down the steps, repeating at In
tervals bis sorrow for his playmate
IllnFs. At the bottom etep he fcs:,od
and looked up. "If Jlmrr.y should die,"
he asked, "kin I have his drum?"
FOR SELFISH ENDS.
The Efforts Beinj Msd by th Amtr
ican Medical Assesist.on.
The Political activity of the Arterl
can Medical Association has becoma
so pronouxced as to causi comment
In iiolltlcal circle esr-eciaily as the
the avowed purpose of the Doctors of
the "Regular'" or Allopathic school, cf
which the Association is chief y com
posed. Is to secure the passage of such
laws as will cot ocly prevent the
sale of ao-called "Patent" niedicices.
but mla rwlr!ct the practice of aedt
ciue and healing to the "schools" cow
recognized. This in many state would
prevent the growing practice of Os
tvopathy, and in nearly every stat
would prevent the healer of the
Christian Science and mental cienc
belief from practicing thuse science
in which the faith of so many Intelli
gent people Is so firmly rooted.
The American Medical Association
has a -"Committee on Legislation,"
eod the committee has correspond
ents in practically every township
lime 16,000 correspondents In a!L
This committee at the last ses&ion of
the American Medical Association
held in June of this year exprcs&ed ft
ho; that a larger number of physi
cian than heretofore will offer them
selves as candidate for Congress at
the first opportunity. In its annua!
report this Committee said: "To meet
the growing demands of the move
ment, however, particularly If the
work if active partlci -itiun In Slat
legislation is undertaken, a larger
clerical force must be employed.
This is almost the f.rst time la th
f Organised class has frankly avowed
the purpose of capturing legislature
Di dominating legislation In their
own selfish Interests,
The American Medical Association
has about C5.000 members of whoa
J7.TO0 are fully constituted mem
ber" and the. rest arc members be
cause of their affiliation with sate or
local societies. The AsercJ-r-ion owti
rea estate ia Chteaeo valued at $111.
7MS1 and It total aj$cis are $:31.
6C7.S9. Us liabilities, at the time of
the annual report which w a made at
the June meeting, amonnted to only
$2l,it"o. The rxces of assets over
liabilities is Increasing at the rate of
about $30,000 a year, and the purpose
of the organisation Is to domical
the field of medicine, and by crushing
all competitions by securing the pas
sage of prohibitive legislation, oompex
all of the people of the I'niied State
to pay a doctor's f- every time th
tttott simple remedy Is needed.
Patron Saint of Lawyer.
This story I told at the exs-ense cf
rrnc!s H T. Maxwell, a well known
lawyer. The members of the Taunton.
Uttii., Par association thought they
ought to have a patron saict, but after
much Wrangling they coulj i:ot hit ur
cn any particular saint.
Finally a committee, of which Mr.
Vaxwcll was a member, was appoint
ed to wake a ielectlon. They mad
ft trip to New York, and therw vlst'ed
ft gallery w here mot of the siut wer
tarxcj In marble. It w decided to
leave the selection to Mr Mut!S.
and after making the round be piacv4
I Kltf in.t jy-A In A n-uinii. f.t f v 1
"This one will do." he suid. Ha tJ
tls hand on the devil, whora St, ill
chad w ts drlvliig before tita.
No Peace Conference,
"Are yau going to strike, rra
sked the Utile boy, he trvrubllcglj
(used upon the uplifted ehinsl
"That Jus.1 what I sa solas t. d.i."
"Can't we arbitrate, ma, bfo:e .
i am Just goirs Sa arbitrate," h
$914. s the hls5 d.t-efsviei acj
raised $ cloud of dut ftoiti the seal
cf a pair of tiitUons ' I e:n just
f.!ng to arbittate. r..y son, and this
fthltiSle Is ths tKia:J of aiVitra'.loa."
Golf Pisyer LIsMning' Victim.
l:ihss a thunjetstor iu er C'
ptw a go;f j lnyer lsai:;ed tt.wg li.ir
tie was struck and kl'.'ed ! y l.ghtutus,
which tipped f Ms e lei tang, liuluj
Ing hi botvt. and extracted sll ti
tcetiv. It tt;sde a hde three frt dc-iB
where he hi bc-t ".4n j'.n
6red D?r ef Jtn.
IVer te rvitivly plenty ta varl
cus art of Japan, and ta such ' ..-w
s :.- i a .NUru and M'.j a h ;t
as sjtc.'ed, ieconiSnij sn tstie a t rt
fixtin the bOv cif ...?. "tfcey ar
(cuers'iy '.ir 1ft ait ti.a C.$
r ' "
ZUILL c7. FJ2EAVI!
T IS K"W ft rerir.! !.!
I. aniora trjst i.i mrrni:,.!
I effort exme as the r-I5
form taore:x-Et t.'e one
or Br lti!;i J u'.i re
sro:'.:e for th-lr
ence. it Is tLe rririf-eatr-tion
of tsrpose m-ii-i ia
t!3::-er that wjes. Tt
Oiodem trtie tiEjo ts
b-a rritlf 'il.' aCy ae4
Tsiij-Jitiy, b'jt it s2Edrly
ins principle are fond-d oa tlie doe
trine cf the greatest good to tie great
est number, and the la-.s'iat..:e desire l'j
remedy conditions at tjai- Irji-.-ier-ahle
ad aiway c;j.l,: cf Ss-prcve-taenL
The tatKr ro'ivement ft:i:e?':ro!-s
needs to be saved from lis frVe.is.
Restriction of membership, tishinirU
tion fes. the filse idea t5:at E.ea have
not an equal right to live and wwk,
with here and there an organization
refusing them admittance, and other
abuses that might be carce. are rec
ognlited hy the student cf the ques
tions of the day a wrong. We art; it
as well be candil. It pays, even
though it may not always b j" ; -jli.-.
Put recfigniiitg abonct'ttiiBg atsJ
what individual or organization is
without ttem? the effort to pull down
the striicttare cf trsde tiiioLitia in
stead of helping to wined j its otfect.
calls for a dispassionate review of the
reu'ts attained by eomHtaiioa.
The trade union is an Imriortaat fac
tor in assUtisc; women to Sitprc-ved
conditions. -Equal pay f r equid
work" has long bwa the slogan ef
those trades and callings staged be
tween the sexes. The ic j'lstice of
taking advantage of the weak simply
x n '' "
Day of the Common Man
jITX contrast to the
f--sf .1 libor as ceiebr;
e Lo'.itiar of
as celebrated la Eu
rope on the Rrst of May.
the Americas Laiior day.
is a peaceful fanaly day.
In Europe workitiga tn art
not yet secure in the en
joyment of their right, and the Srst
of May is made the occasion of ileioa
stratsons of a political na'ure often
emiir.g !n bloodshed and always excit
ing apprehensions among lover of
tranquility. In America the day is
merely an opj'ortur.ity for workingn.ea
to prolong their weekly holiday from
Saturday coon to Tuesday moraiag.
Cvsr.itcg n:!dway. between Indepnd-c-nce
day and Thanksgiving day it Is
an agreeable "hreak In the contlcaity
of work. There is a little parading,
but all the organisations of working
men take prt In thai. Picnics and
spirts, faraiiy gathering, and amuse
menu 'of jouag people ar the fea
ture of the day.
Labor no longer has to assort Itself
to have its right asd It dUi.Py rec
cgniied. It is of more value ta the
older workman to have a day off with
his Urr.ily or to the your.g workman
1o have a day with the pipU of hi
own age than to ;-nd the day noisily
In Insisting upon right which nobody
disputes and In displaying noruert
csl strength which can b He-ruwJ
In the Bond of Toil
V.K MARTINS phlStMorhy.
"You caa't lay iff lj".-er
liAV- un!e vt a Wii:',a
man." las notch in tt. 1-a-
bor day Is one of these ollv
servr4c- that fu'ali its
name, p. v-iiil ! ft r-.& ::.ia or
Ubor In tie sense of niinuai tri.
the cause of thow tht Sa ord:aa
cot;re make a tivicg by toilit is tie
wnloa cf all. whether called ;! kit-s
bra.!iy to tie nature cf the caiw1!
j laving their tn.t fruitful touti to re
lieve tieta irotu steady app.-.v-at.oa.
S-v tt ;wak tj and s'.S'i ! for th
great n.si of B.en as th y fc !- a
sii.ee sc-clety sa orsai' i, a3
ticy wiU t-e while tt U' la til
teT-x it dc-e n.-t ft.Atld st-.ct'y fr
tic that v.ik no Wsa fut;:Ei!y bat
that arv r.et c'.s.ed as UVna a- a
as Mr. Mr.i: act.::? .-:. l.jt it
;.ti foi theta ta the
la wi:c" St res-n: tie - J.i-;'y
if s'.i w.-rk, P.f 1 U-S.J t -f t il.
it H ti utilv f 'l. th.'a;, csl'.ed U-iv-.rr-
i.i--a or wi gn re-c-iv-d
!a tie pcr-M rial sj. cf
t!R4 '.i iicl eaieer
TVi-v-e is a d'.ff--"ac. bt-rw b'twa
tie t-..;'i i.xf tt-.'.sj SftJ txsl.f y.Art
Tw'w 13 ' if b-k ;-ak !'.
iti-, ci.- cf ti.- tbit U-4
th r...td cv.it;.! it j tietv .-ltr w 'i
ti.e-e list !''! t ik er vr
t..J a u.-itr Tt .-f I"
d'.8v;l-l -- tl-.o-i-.i he d i ft.t tr
It Is s''t vi'ta cc.i -c for tits t,.f w-.c
therw I tie !wt t cf c :'.;. -a T he v
have t.4i-a to tv p-.uli wie e tbe In !'.
5.i. ;.'. of tie woser c tit;' a,;-'"
Cst!. T.I of gcti ! ta all U
bor 1'at ia tie gr t ui. .vt bod. I.
t ". tin .-.. I ifv' lh l.ak c! lv
te'l'.ie&ve tiit tssries i-rv- aat w?
U la a t?' v Pi i.i:!.: an -
v'.ber. Ail It, U ti- s-rioil, txt-
. jf , . . . .
fc- j-e f,t t.e wtat e-f f-.ri !
prat to a.j f:r rr. a J--f j--'.
The tr' tssVxi It evet wtgrlst !
(j po-jl'Jou Vj Uoc. Tl. aKZ
U. 7'teai cf Ek:T.g tanwj a:
;- of Atv;s-.f ?a !.e t;.V:l tt
ir.rrbrs cf tie vrs..zw v' is
a sy-sree A r-sr-t -t
tcl.y to wr ci-,:jiis.. fe-at .'- l
taveusv. r iv-xa Jussr.ra Uiit Ijkr.m
A e!-y-t:.s is a t " y-e--T-
trjr. r.f tt-.-,-i 4.' -z-r
pipl;. C;..'-i cf f.. :t j--
m ..j-4 ia in ?,'., IvtRcv as t
CrpC feJTe-.;'jr the- tr7 "t
ctrrsar'jLct la.;' ;ar;.' ti aid
to tie tj5.'jr ae.-B,. tut ti- is 7 fit
tt slil i ;.r.,-iii re. Jjtm r3u-fr
las tti o.ji''.'i j affair a re J-.-V
t!4 sxalbst ty i&'r-fft t pxurx'y
!..;rir--.-t. i.t 5--.'v.'.-. ,-. J M.sr
tM I s&tsw e-sr-t;-i iT
ng::i2i: s,s. Tt ?'.- w wis
er $.. cf a I-li. :a .-3T.S-rn
New Jmy. Ijut i , Tl t i. :.-a
from tie tn.h-;-.l..y work sf tie g'.i
factsries ajtd n.t tiew lo w. w. ".. J
the lis? tiflt tj-f tie .'JC"! tA'-ti-
they were ftri.ni to. !a
oce c-f tie :i. en ' m rtA
r.;tical tssJr.a t ijii.s f '-r tl e: a
ci-:n of tv.ir eiutec cf ti:'. r; s
lie i- were a few a,4i kjt-v e-5
p'.&yed is a sg:s. tist otjt tr'jn tie
snt'ijfht. tn tl p:asre e':.I
hfftud as.d !rotB tte , ..f.si-.-rt
tave $. "5wr4 tn-at. Kt tie t:.:is
terrsteisesi cf tios .-s.veifc-.e f w'tjj
tie Uor lacversest ia prwrritj; tie
chi'drea of t--.i sties xLt iaiti.c
fEigit be taaed did s;.are t rz.l.
Suff.ee il to say tiat the. trad tisioi&irt
stand with those force tiat have t-te
tbeir cbct the elevatic.a atad not ti .
degradation of cfcii '.'.'xrri..
so tsach osore effective;?
The children take aa especial paj
ore la Labor dj.y "eci jj- la c.-t
places it deliys for 15 hor tie pa-Ir-S
of the schooi-rxiSis ia wiita tiey
are to spend the larger part cf ti-
reil tn c-. ir.,i. It U the Uxt diy of
vacation, as 3 it f day twdiy ta-a
frcra the fJmt e5c of school, a'l-.'sl
as if is defaace of tie school in'!!.
U'ha their father anj big brother
equally fre-a frta tailt. lie vacatkts
closes ia a big eelebratitv, ia a batw
Then work he.'ii: 1:1:1 f r c'.J an 1
jo'ir.g. Suataer Is over. Pieatast
day will come, bat tie teg.-t ts-jst
not heed ti call ? the op-a Vy.
Th-re is much to be done, mat h treas
ure to be stored op for the f-.ifi-'e;
f-r the child, knowledge; tor tie work
man, skili la his trade an-l pv::,a
for tie nee-ds of his family, it li Mt-as
traege that Labor day should b
ce .. ra'ed ty aa ao: Jaace of U'r. U
t certain, oa tie other land, tiat
those who UvVir het appreciate must
the ettins apart of th otie dy It
honor of honest toil. Sils tiv tSJr
days, and so have tervwe aad k'.cx.
This U the day of ti (smuwa rcaa.
and every on wo o:k ess cl:r:i
a share of tie hoecr If ti-'t of tie holi
day. prvgnsMe. tsdefeaaibiw jaa!ity ia tc4
tiiii li svrkluUiaa a umi ti
tt-PiSk. k.iWS b4 f frc'Tti h!
c txv bts Utt 4ay. Now t. t
htm tiut th J fi Slid iffer a !"
oMsivj bthrr that h t. b- wttnt
to hi is u fr ti: AturU ;ti
Tat I ec r.i.tt the trt t :,i fit f
I' Idci'. Ut 'f ti aiaa.c- tuwJt.'-4
tie i--;- f tt -..( vv'.".-;a':,-a tx
rons ti Bt,.,tai r ,-. toat w c.il!
I r dA It Jt-ii as a il.u tiit
a a pevpl w tQ.-tti:r ti i-.it of
niattktti 1 aaJl n-.-aa u 4'jalfy It la-.
Tve Statt 4 t-stor Cy.
f jiVr day was er.s.t. i in'. Its st
d ff.-,.ut p-erl-i :co-. !" i Ti ft
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