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Power, has captured so many courts and owns so many judges.
Labor believes that organized capital has controlled govern-
ment, the courts, the soldiery, the police the Law and all of its
effective arms and that these have been used on the side of organ
ized capital in its desperate fight to kill organized labor.
Labor believes that the peoples' government and all Of its in
struments have been used to intimidate workers by railroading their
leaders to prison.
Labor believes that the people's government and all of its in
unjust, injunctions whose effect was to hold Labor's arms while
Capital stuck a knife into its vitals.
Labor believes that it must fight back in self-defense, or perish.
Are YOU certain that Labor is mistaken?
Anyhow, it is better for all of us that Labor speak right out,
and speak boldly, its earnest convictions. It may help us to find
Justice, who now seems to be lost in the mystic maze of Law.
SOME WAIST FITTING
POINTS FOR GIRLS
There are a few things which
should be remembered in fitting
oneself, especially if it be the diffi
cult matter of waist-fitting. Do
not put the waist on the wrong
side to fit it: Always try a gar
ment on and .do the fitting of it
the way you. propose to wear it.
This suggestion is important
for the reason that few women
are exactly the same in slope of
shoulder and waist on both sides.
When the waist is fitted to the
figure on one side and is turned
over on the other, you may find
a defect which is due to this very
When putting on a waist to be
fitted slip the hands underneath
it and turn the shoulder and un
derarm seams toward the front.
If there are other seams turn
these toward tne back. This is
necessary in order to make the
waist lie flat. In pinning the
front or back together, which is
one of the first things to do, have
at least two guide lines.
The waist line at the bottom
maybe one. The other might be
a line which dressmakers call the
"chest line," a line parallel with
the waist line, but only three
inches down from the neck and
running about six inches across
the middle front.
In making alterations by pin
ning be sure to pin securely.
.Otherwise the alterations will be
of little use, as by the time the
waist has been removed some of
the alteration marks may have
been lost through falling pins.
If milk be on the turn, a small
pinch of carbonate of soda put in
to it before boiling often stops it
Remove grease spots from wall
paper by placing blotting paper
on them, then a hot flatiron.