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i& Monongan, Mariana, lJarr, Austin ana tne iroquois uieaier unm
laws nave Deen passea,nicn aai comjjei cyrpurauu iw use auiuc
of their dividends to protect the citizens of this country, from endless
The worst trust in this country is not the tobacco- trust, or the
oil trusty or the money trust, but the murder trust the combined
greed and 'cruelty of all those in whatever field who are criminally
negligent of the lives committed to their protection and who do nqt
scruple to thwart all measures for greater safety. ' -
AWAKENED. CHINA SENDS MEN AND WOMEN TO RED
The Chinese delegation to the Red Cross Congress in session zi ,
Washington. Reading from left to right, back row: Dr. John C.
Ferguson, Dr. T. T. Wong, Mine. Chang, wife of the Chinese min
isteri lower row, Mrs. Henry K, Chang, Miss Alice, and Miss Lilie
Chang, daughters df the minister.
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I swat 'emin the parlor; I swat
?em in the hall. I swat rem spring
snd summer; I swat 'em. in the
fall. I swat 'em on the ceiling ;T
swat 'em on the floor. - 111 haVe to
keep on swatting fill I mend that
old screen poor.
Bings Did you; see where,
some critic says that women
have not .got the objective fac
ulty? Bangs Huh! I'd like that
critic to start any question with
4 my wife.