;'V. ' .--. V"V &' JT r'P '
Evidently he .will remainso
until 'a jury of'hispeers have de
cided whether he be guilty or in
'noce'nt. , AndlTISTHEWOMEKOF
THE CHURCH WHO ARE
KEEPING HIM THERE,"
WHO INSIST THAT HE
STILL REMAIN THEIR PAS-.TO'fc.
, CURTAIN LECTURE
By. Dr. W. C. Cotton, M. D.
1 Bon'i have heavy curtains on
TJie ordinary jymdowcurtain
"serves no "useful purpose , at all.
The window blind has all the util
ity; the curtain is. nothing but
.vain show - -
Now the vain show is all right
enough if it doesn't trespass on
the windpw's serviceableness as a
window. When it;does that the
vain show should gJ by the board.
Sowhen curtain is heavy'eriough
to interfere with the free circula
tion of air, or is delicate enough
in color,to make it necessary to
keep the window closed all the
tirreto prevent' its being ruined,
it's . time that- curtain were cur
tailed: ' -
Sash-curtains' are better than
any other 'kind foriiefdroorns and
living rooms. People 'who still
keep a chamber of. musty horrors
called a parlor can; hang their
heavy curtains tl)ere if they must
havethem, since little, tinie is
spent in such a room anyhow t
SunlighHs costless and if pos
sible should be Jetintothe4 room
daily especially sleeping'-rooms.
A ray of sunlight is better than a
yard of curtain.
Sunlight will even kill the dead
ly consumptive germs. So let in
the sunlight'; away with curtains.
Central Railway Is Drawn"
, -' Into Strike Deal.
The Central Railway of Geor
gia is the latest railroad to be
drawn into the difficulty between
the system federation of shopmen
on the I. C. and Harriman lines,
and the officials of those, roads.
Strike leaders say, that the Cen
tral, which is a connection of the
Harriman lines,-has been rdoing
work for, the-1. C, and if this is
not discontinued a walk-out will
occur on the-southern road.
The. crisis of the controversy
between the federation and Rock
Island- officials will be -reached.
sorae time this week, when an
other "conference will be held to
attempt an amicable adjustment
of the differences existing. The
company is attempting to rescind
certain working 'rules the men
have been employed under, and
also objects to the wage increase
Shopmen of the federation on
the Rock Island 'have voted to
strike unless the company recedes
from its position. The vote gives
the. shopmen's officers authority
to order" a strike if the confer
ence this week does not result in
Union officials deny reports of
internal dissension in the Rock
Island federation, and say that if
a 'strike is finally called the men
will stand as a unit
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