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-s. few hours. Qne correspondent,
with a wonderful commarid of
English, and his managing edi
tor, wrote his paper:
"He fell to the ground and.
was kicked and beaten to such an
extent as to leave no doubtvas to
the motive of the attack."
But the part of the knowledge
seeking inhabitants of this town
can't understand, ,is -why this
"mob" should have mistaken for
the chief of police, Walter Rice, a
negro., They are not sure wheth
er or not the correspondents are
casting reflections on the chief or
not, The chief may be sunburn
ed, but he was born white.
But two companies of militia
are left in the town, those from
Galesburg and Morrison. - No
further trouble is expected by the
authorities. The grand jury in
vesting the disorders, will con
tinue its work this afternoon.
The suffraget was:feeling-.sore;.
Said she: ' "I'll nee'r never more
Go gallivanting; days and nights
To spread the creed pf Eqiial
The meeting that we had today
Has turned my thoughts from
votes away, ,
How shocked was I wheny got
To see my housemaid in the
She had been chosen president,
She boldly led the argument,
And she whom I pay five-a week
Refused to let her mistress-speak;
"You're out of order," she an
"Now mind your eye, or you 11 be
"Things are being said qqw
similar to the things that were
said just before the French rev-J
olution." "This spark may yet
burst into flame, and that flame
may soon come.'' "Unless tie
capitalists and the corporations
and the rich and powerful men
themselves take a leading-part in
trying to improve the -conditions
of humanity, great changes will
come mighty quick. And the mob
will bring them."
Was it a wild and woolly soap
box orator who said that a half
crazed anarchist who shouted it
frofn the street corner?
Why, "no, that is a report of
what Mr. E. H. Gary, chairman
of the board of directors" of 'the .
United States Steel Corporation
said, of "The Gary Dinners-"
where geritlemen's agreements
were made to "bottle up" com
petition and swipe everything in
sight. He said it to the Lehigh
Club, a high-cla'ss club.
Here's honesty for you. Milk
dealers in Turkey have special
name for that quality of the bev
erage which is adulterated with
Cow's milk isn't used as much j
in Turkey as that of sheep goats,
buffalo and camels.