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0 THE WORLD THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 5 1901
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WHY WE DO NOT NOTICE THE GREAT
INCREASE IN THE COST OF LIVING
There is hnnlly an item in the cost of living from rent or
I tae down to groceries and kitchen hardware that is not from 10
i 0 + + + + + + o to roo XT cent greater todny than it was four
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o 0 hills yotl will he alllllzclt
There have been many and appreciable advance in wages but
those advances arc not at all proportionate to the increased coat of
living
Again the advance in the cost of these various items docs not
represent an increased value received by the purchaser It repre
sents in practically every case an extortionate profit which goes into
the hands of owners of shares in combinations
TIll farmers are not getting the benefit in the proportion that
is justly theirs Tho workingmnn is not getting the boliefit in the
proportion thnt is justly his Tho retailer the clerk the employer
are not getting the benefit in their just proportion
Yet in face of these facts general prosperity is on the increase
The reason is obvious In dull times labor of all kinds has inter
mittent employment In good times employment is steady and
while tho rnto of wages is not so very much higher the actual wages
received arc greftly increased A mnn may get 2 a day for all
the work ho deco in dull times but ho gets only two or three days
work week In good times he gets his 2 a day five or six days in
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But this is not arieexin wages The man does more work He
ought to got more
The cost of producing articles is not greater than it was four
years ago On the contrary it is loss
Taking all these facts together we find
Pirst Thnt everybody more prosperous now than four rears
ago except thoso on fixed salary where salaries change slowly or
not at all
Second That the tax on the consumer levied by the combina
tions is heavier where on account of decreased cost of produc
tion it hoiild he lighter
Third That the masses are better able to pay this tax and do
not complain because they do not realize the extent of it do not
a 0 0 + Q realize that they are actually getting far less
HUT TIII rims lIuteh the of labor
money proportionately to amount I
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mvmri j that they handle more mmioy 1
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Fourth That until the masses learn their I I
rights and cease to he submissive in prosperous times and blindly I
angry in hard times and begin to be rational at all time they will
continue to pay heavily for their lack of knowledge i
We are all making hay But the combinations are doing the
reaping and the rest of us are mere gleaners As the crop is largo
the gleaning is good
QUESTIONS FOR THE BARKER DEFENSE ASSOCIATION
Are not those citizens of Arlington X1 who have banded
together as the Barker Defense Association for the purpose of com
pelling the Rev Mr Keller to clear himself in the courts from the
accusation made against him by Mrs Thomas G Parker asking an
ncIbIll t t
If Mr Barkers accusation were every word true as these gen
llemen presumably believe no ono lend precnt except herself and
Keller
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Him then can Keller clear himself any further than In
putting his denial on oath against her allegation on oath And this
he has already done though his sworn denial and her sworn allega
tion were both railed out on the trial of Barker Nevertheless he
denied as strongly as she alleged
Hicro no other witnesses can be possibly called the Barker As
MKintion gentlemen should indicate just how they expect Keller to
disprove the charge Mrs Barker has made against himor how
they propose that she shall prove it V hat proof or disproof
would satisfy them 1 Is his word as good as hers l Or is hers hotter
than his do they think And why 1
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WOUNDED HEARTS CURED
By HARRIET HUBBARD AVER
A linn a Girl a Dan
Dr Mrs Aor
A tittle over a year ngol was Intro
duced to ii joung lady but clrcum
ntances were such that we failed io
meet again She la a Southern girl and
hrrc I am tolling away In the cold
North Since we met In spite of my I
self fry thoughts dwell on her Now
by this time sie very likely has for
gutter me There Is no girl whom I I
admire ra much and jet I would not
like tti have her come after me with a I I
Kim So what would you advise
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D0NT Indcmfind what you wish If
I yen hnvr any reason In juppofe that
the young lid goes bout armed
with n Nun mil tint you may become a
target for hi r wonpon I should advise I
jou ID lt matter remain Just where
they are
It you tnel the tIll In proper elrcum
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tanrr mil ehr Xnowj you and your
I Mandlnr It might do for 01110 write
nnd auk her Irll would ho agreeable to
torr pond with YOU
I Thtri In no reason In tie world why
I TODAYS LOVE STORY e DR MOLLIE
2 X 2reY 9 By J Noel Johnson
Cuprrlnht JWl rr Ddty tocy PublUhlnc Co IJeforf a wrok pisied she had begun r She felt no shamed and humiliated
the town of Kmrnoinvlllc there to get patient onJ whet was better pie didnt know what to do To ban
IIX dwelt a young girl who had resolved fves were pild In advance and usually her noble profession turned Into a sub
to bicomc n phjulcHn She Was double the amount of the charge ject of mockery and burteiqu and
sea much In love with a handsome Reform two weeks went by he wan she herself made ridiculous she oouM
lovable young min Jerome Boucher getting call hourly I rot bear much longer
and hi < l already promised to marry him A young man Would come In com Only her need to something for net
I cant Iliten to volt patiently dear plaining of heart trouble lie would dilly bread kopt her from tearing thai
cried Jerome You have promised to lie down on a 5ofa and a long elimina tlgn from the door and lying back East
tie mine I forbid jour going to a med tion with n stetho cope would ensue Tie One diy she was sitting In her offlc
teal chool heart pulsations except for a little ner i sadly ruminating when her door opined
Hut Im not OUrl jet understand and n tall tinelooking bearded nwi
understand
sis In look nnj voice Is this Dr Daltons officer he asked
Jerome niidJcnly drew In nil firm HP ° with an embarrassed hitch In his voice rV
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and faint lightning played In his eyes rtiIt I presume you saw the sign she l
I had no Idea ylalllehe spoke In a vt t replied hardly looking up 1
surprised tone ttmt you could be so Ahhem Well I want to get tny I
unreiwnable and perverse eyes examined
You mean you didnt know I could She cast a reluctant professional glance
be so sensible and farseelng ahe re 4 nt his eyes and replied f
turned with a doflant tmlle P There nothing the matter with your W
Jerome rose to his feet lie ran bin I j eyes Mr
long Ingern through his soft chestnut + f He flared at her dumfounded r s
hair then pulled his hat down hard on Well I muM say you are a strange i
his head II Ind of doctor
A kind probably that you wont earm
He was a typical young Southerner of
I to patronize returned the doctor not
shoolone
the old < l one of these who contem
pinto women through chlvalrlc Ideate deigning a look
Say Dr Dillon lyre got plenty ot
only A woman according to his doctrine
money and you hold yourself out abut
trine Is a genius or Iwplrulon for man I
but she her tncrcd self mutt not doctor I Insist that you look Into r
achieve I my eyes and see what It Is thats got
leaver In em You purely dont pretend to
When do you leivc he asked In a
Kid voice thoroughly examine eyes by mostly
glancing toward em
Next Monday
So do I She forced herself up and came slowly
Mollle went to a medical school In toward his chair
New York Where Jerome went was She pushcj up the left lid with pro
not known lie left none behind whom fcsplonil dcflnem and Instantly dropped I
he cnrcJ to inform 1I01llnl
Mollle was graduated and temporarily I see nothing In jour eye sir n
hung mat her shingle In her native town Nothing at all he asked eagerly t
an unwise thing to do always People Nothing I bay
who had known her alwaja IUI meet vows excitement which the patient Look at me doctor and tell mo
little Molllo couldnt speak of her as rather than she could have accounted didnt you see a great deal of love IE
Ur llollle without laughing for was all nhe would find them saj Molly Darling
Bo die arose And went out to the liberal 0 Some DUng gentlemen would Insist And this strong scientific woman be
HAl welcomlR West and located In a on a second and third examination gan to cry and he began to laugh and
tKxmilng minim town She noon learned that In nearly every a moment later her ear was at his great
Hirfhlnglu attracted little attention Instance her wouldbe heart patients chest but not to listen for Irregular
but her beautiful face and figure did were single men heart heats An hour later when he
from the first Poor little doctor called her doctor she slapped him n
WILL MONEY DISPLflCE LOUE
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To the K ltor ol Tin Etenlni Ward
My opinion In that no man or woman
should marry unlew they arc verj fond
of each other Or In other words very
much In love with one another Of all
the gifts that heaven can give tie love
sweet loon divine Monej cnnnrtl bu >
love and happiness If one loves an
other they are sum to be full of happi
ness To love anti to be loved la the
nwretetn thing < if ones life Le Is a
verylcar thing when one Is acquainted
with It Of course I nm not
Miss Te LANG
No Til Mnnhalten avenue Ilrookljn
IoTP and Prudence
T the IMItW ot Th BTBlne World
There Is an Instinctive craving for
pro jxrlty WhD can BVJ It Is not God
given Does not the nook tell us And
the IorJ blessed him nlth flocks and
herds Ac Marriage U the most
Mrlous partneishlp of life Why should
It be entered Into blindly Girls It
racona all the year that are before
you with the man you have chosen It
means little children who will look to
you fir the support they have a right
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To cut this Walking Skirt with Habit
back and Graduated Circular Flounce
In medium lzeG l jards r Inches wide
3 7S yards U Inches wide or 3 3S yards
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Send money to Cashier Tho World
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two sensible young persons of the op
posite sex should not carry on an ac i
quaintance In this way If they feel In
cltned where they have ben regularly
Introduced to each other
Ue fnovaNe Itnon Her Not
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I have been particularly truck by
the appearance of a young lady 1
pan her quite often accidentally cf
coursi Inould like very much to nuke
her acquaintance The mol I see of
her the more I seem to like her t have
thought about writing her a letter but
then I wouldnt know what would be tine
right forn for MinI I know her name
and when she pns es me she often
miles nt HIP I know no ono who
knows her So I know of no way of
K ttlIOllntrollll1 10 her CJ A KIT
r would be vAv disrespectful nf you
IT 10 write to the girl Where thtrcn
i will theres i mj If you are
reatj anxious to know this girl you
wilt find a proper war of making lar
acquaintance
A man who li a dolnble associate for
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flo for the bat IBOwiir l +
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t letter to longr lIllIon llrlilc Z
nilllor Ktrnlnir Worlil I1 n
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to expect Knowing nil tint marriage
will bring to you It U jour dJty to
conotJor the mans prospect Temper
jour love wIth prudence
F 31 COIIINS
DrookUn N Y
Uhrre Mimry Fnll
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The ladles of the present age are
more proud of a bright amhltlotm self
nooseMed fellow than a millionaires
son How many millionaire h v tH d
In conquering the love of ragged girls
Why have we no many dram as specially
reproducing the strong romance of love
where the power of money falls and
where there Is a decntve victory for
love Very slmle Love Is stronger
than money LUIS BIIANA
No 35 Lexington ave Brooklyn
Gold Cant Supplant Love
To eta IMIior or TH < ETtalai World
I The historians tell us that In the past
ores marriage wsr usually arranged by
the parents and love seldom entered
into the contract at all The man usu
ally had to have a certain amount of
worldly goods before he was considered
as an acceptable suitor but In these
latter days of civilization and progress
this ho been done away with to a
great extent whit the majority of
women of a certain class of society are
usually on the lookout for n husband
TWO IN A 16D
T WO In a hen III the usual custom
U sleeping in the United States at
4 least and also in Canada and Eng
land But In Germany and France sin
gle bed are the rule The latter plan
says Good Housekeeping l s more
healthful and comfortable It U grad
ually coming Into use In this country
Single beds Involve more Itnon more
work In making beds and more washing
but I never knew a family to return to
the old plan after once giving single
beds a fair trial Especially In summer
to tho single bed to be preferred or
even sleeping on the floor to two In a
bed Many families Seetare they never
knew what comfort was during the
hot summer nights until they adopted
the single bcdJI1 might add a word
of protest aaainst allowing babies or
young children to sleep with old peo
ple The latter certainly draw upon
the vlUUty et the former Thlsls
probably true as between any bedfellows
one off whom U sickly or less strong
than the otner Consumption and other
dlleuea hAvo oftenYbeen communicated
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a girl nod who wishes to meet her It be
sets about It will succeed You mad
not be able to meet her In a week but tf
jou am really Infatuated with her 3c t t
will not consider the time wastes in
bringing about the object you deslro
He Ie Lodklns for tier Love
float Mr Ayer
1 am a young man twentyton
years of age nod would like to know It
It b pror < r to write a letter of proposal
to a lily friend I am looking for her
love and would like to know how to
succeed In winning It I wrote pro
posal to her about six months ago and
she told me It was Impossible to make t
an engagement on account of death to 11
the family M
imOKENlIEAUTBD FRIEND 1t I
f I1V dont you see the lady and
lAl pre s jour suit personally If you
H are as you say looking for her
love That would be the more manly
vvaj and you would be more apt to suc
ceed You cm afford to wait until the
lady has norcxvhat recovered from hl1
txreavcment
of wealth there Mill remains a alt
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number to whom monejls no attrac
tion In lieu of love Money can novel
nt tiny time nuppant love the love thai
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n true woman has for her husband the
love thnt a mother has for her child J
the love that Christ hid for his enemies
that love can never be replaced hj the
mere droiut of money The pleasure I
which money give are merely temporal
while those that love glvetli enduretb t
forever IKAII HARRIS
Nil S32 North Chadwlck street Phlla
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To Ow IMIor of The Kt oln < VorI4l
It Is evident now and hap been for
rome time that love In only a secondary
consideration In the matrimonIal mar
l t Particularly does this seem the cast
amnnK the socalled socIety now In New
port The men and women both watch
the money market like hawks watch
Ing for stray chickens and they number
their divorces b y the finger on one
hind each time making a better finan
cial coup In fact divorces and money
ore essentials for an Introduction Into
the 400 The girl of the present genera
tion Is 60 pr cent mercenary and her
Idea of marriage Is somebody to have
fun with and pay the bills
F ORANBTONTHOMA8
No 102 Went Kortjfourth rtreet
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ANGLERS SONO
Away nway to the brookiMe green
In the mornings earliest flush
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To the purling brook where the AI
tiers lean
Gracefully oer the waters rush
And the golden sun with Its many j
hued sheen k
Makes the tinted wavelets blush I I I
The lancewood with Ile suppie
tip
Is sound and strong an pine
But arching It bends with a dainty
dip
When the brook trout strains the
linn
And the spray files high when the
flnhs Up I i
Is pierced by the hooks sharp tine
The tackles citrons dnd the waters
right
So theres chance for luck today
With tho vvlml In the south and tho
sun not bright
Our creels will surely weigh
Ere with wear feet by the gloam
Ing s light
Homeward wo wend our way
And where the mossy bank li
sprayed
By the crater a roaring fall
Heath the slender birches flicker
Ins shade
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Well real and thankful recall
That of sports the fates for mei 1I
avemado I I
I Anellnsathe best of alL
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