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'''Fouri.hoursto6wpfk,each day by-revenyj adult caff 'e-mgde'tp supply all human-needsr." rT-.,. . ', -- nV V " : 7tx$1 if feveiytfeiywpfked;" , . l l- "; " -TKrsHrom .Dr. Woods Hdtc'h'inson in at Chicago "address? He-declai'edfthatHhegeducated draftsman of the futHirer'voijldrork,witfihi hands arid 'Ins brain atf f-hV aim'?ii'fiTnp' a'nrl ""that smpnpp.-.aiiH- marhinprv snort -ayrne saw;, out laoor is amy trying to ao to capital Avht'cap'itarh'as been' 'tt-ying to do' to labor for 75 'years! V'f - - y' rr.",VS,J '!; ' ' '.? 'JTheytriu'mpli of labor is exemplified in San Eran-r J' 'A.m cjsq?, -vyhe're-'the school teacher gets-5a month, and th"e.masterbrjckaye.r $225." 4 'furVlVf "' 'Dr. ' Hutchinson-',declarea Ithat tfie "' three " great requisites -of- Hearth wee:-' e - j a , bj&MvS Eh AnuiV?1i-nr7 rT -fXrr4 f'b'cTi -ill- ntlrl. 4rlilnf r.t- ' .t.UMUua'- - iwuu, UWH . u wwquuii. .. ' "Byitood-'I mean'the-'lcind niotheY used to," make Dj.' Woods, not therhemical laboratory jjrescription frut, breadHutohmson:, buffer, meaty-buckwheatcakes. an&syruppie'and coffee.with real , cream iiit." '".. 'v ' ' t-.r'r .l'" .- "Bufwhenctf.per.cenfc-of the 'families have $9 a npn-th fcrlfve oii7-:well ihefi the community must fill te. doctor's p'resjcription. "Wc may "have to abolish ntirely-theansmfssipndf money ty inheritance from bhe generation to another and Jt'believej 'that would help the dne.as much" asv the. other?' - " i-K " " Q . ,, , "v '-- - IUinois'-Central "Tag-Day" ... Yields Rich Harvest The "tag-day"-for the aid of the Illinois Central striking shop men resulted in' the collection of about? $15,000 which will be tumedjntO'the strike bcnbfit fund" and distributed to families of'the strikers. " " ' ' " The-women. and srirls'who. sold ,. Sbuthe'rn Cajifornia-nas 'a riijll- th;e tags said 'that in mostcases' ion-dollar .walnut crcfp "this year. they met with ready responscsH-o 'th'e-'apneal buy a tag.-8 ( Misses' "Carmen" PeTez, Belle Lentz; Clara.rnetf,",Louie Wil son, and Pearl' Anderson, station ed at, Michigan, and'Vati 'Buren, ma'de a big coIlectiqn fronVthe 1earjyf njorning arrivals oh 'I." ,C. suburban, trains. " -"'