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-being carried in the arms of a burly
"policeman to a patrol wagon.
"Arrested m the -precincts of the
palace!" "was the exultant cry when
carted off to jail. - .
She had just led an assault on the
gates of Buckingham palace, Lon
don one ofthemost daring enter
prises ever attempted by the mili
tants. The picture was obtained by a
lucky photographer just as Mrs.
Pankhurst cried out her defiance,
grasped tightly by- the policeman,
with her feet off the ground.
OUR OBJECT LESSON rl
Former President Mellen's story of Morgan's fiendish and ruinous dom
ination of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad system is in
teresting, shocking, scandalous and all that, but will the expose result in
any practical good?
Morgan ruined thousands of small stockholders. He made cowards
arnd recreants of .directors supposed to represent the weak as against the
oppression of the strong. His corrupting tentacles of greed reached into
the national capitol and into all other quarters where financial tryranny
might find an advantage. He was money-king. But, he is dead.
We know what Morgan was able to do and did do. We are startled,
scandalized over it. But, are there more Morgans?
What we now learn about the deceased Morgan is worthless, unless it
"spurs us to hunting down the living Morgans and putting it out of their
power to imitate the devilish work of King Morgan.
Such institutions as the Standard Oil Co. and the big insurance com
panies are engaged in practically the same schemes as those which wrecked
that New Haven railroad system.
Turn on the light! Let these be a show-down! Government has in
tervened in the matter of conduct of railroads afid banks. Put the money
kings of the Standard and the insurance companies under the magnifying
INDIANA CHEAP LABOR
Mitchell, Ind., wants a little gin
ger and has plenty of cheap labor.
Read this from the Tribune of that
"At North Vernon a company has
been organized for the manufacture
of concrete silos. The business
could be carried on in Mitchell at
a much greater advantage than at
North Vernon, or anywhere else. We
have the material, the shipping ad
vantages and the cheapest labor this
side of China. We need a little gin
ger." o o
Anew bride always has a queer feel
ing about spending any of her hus
band's money. But it is wonderful
how soon, she gets oyer it. Cincin.
"There's one drawback about play
ing this half-witted parts"
"And that is?"
"The manager expects me to be
satisfied with half jajf