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horses are property.- They -cost money- When one of them dies, it takes
cash to-buy. another. V . - But men and women, boys and ghis they are not property. The employer doesnt' have to pay cash to fill their places when they die. The employer doesn't' have .to bother about their food, their-clothing or their shelter so long as they can present a "neat appearance" while on the job. - . All that is necessary is to keep the supply ahead of the demand in the labor market so that somebody is always waiting tq take somebody else's job-and to prevent employes . from, organizing to protect themselves. If children are not born and raised fast enough in this country, it,is .easy enough to stimulate immigration and bring in cheap labor from across the seas and to keep the labor unorganized, ignorant and unprotected. But the Siegels can't stop the emancipation of the white slaves of America. . Education is overcoming ignorance, and' making for a better hu manity all over the world. The laborers of "Europe" and the laborers of America are learning that they, are all brothers,- and that no matter" what the difference in race, color, language or creed, the same hopes, fears and aspiration's animate their learts. The world needs a.revival of the Christianity of Christ, a Christianity that will drive the money-changers from the temple, and fill the hearts of men with love and the spirit of the. Golden Rue. I believejt is in the hearts of the plain people today, even though yoif don't find It in some of the pulpits. And I believe that there has now started in Illinois, a movement for theemancip'ation'of white slavery that means actual uplift for humanity all over the world. , The cold logic, the mathematical morality, and the unfeeling greed of the masters of men cannot stop the hurling, of themighty from their seats, and theglorious uprising of plain,, homely, hut lovable humanity. . And that's what .the fight means. , o o ' IT WAS WASTED" The rector of a small village re cently met one of his parishioners who was a farmer and a great dog fancier, and who was also fond of a glass of whisky. As they walked together awhile the rector, admiring some of the dogs he had with him, said1 to" the farmer: "Did you-ever hear that by giving a pup whisky ou kept him from growing?" "Yes," replied thei farmer, "and I tried It" . "Wfth what results?." "The- pup di.ed." , "And now, my friend,'.' said .the rector, "wasn't that a good lesson for you?" "Bedad It was, sir, for I have never. wasted fa drop of good whisky on .any of my aogs since." f POLICE FIND SUFFRAGETTES' ARSENALARREST GUARD . London; March 13. Searching for Miss Olive Hocken, -a militant sufr fragette, charged with setting fire to the Rose Hampton gold club pavilion, the police today stumbled over the arsenal of the suffraeettes in.a studio in Campden Hill Gardens. v V. ''J Corrosive acid, phosphorous, oil, pitch" and o'ther destructive liquids the women used in their letter box attacks; wire cutters and hammers used to destroy telephone and tele graph wires, flints for striking, sparks and several false auto identification plates were among the things found. Miss Hocken, who was guarding the arsenal captured and, locked up to await a hearing. - 6 o A scientist says a drummer always lacks humor. Can you beat It?..