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realizes the responsibility of bringing
children into the world.
It is very easy to scpld and torepri
mand and it is hard to enlighten and
instruct. Let me put a few pertinent
questions to charity workers in gen
eral and to "Reader":
Have you ever done -anything to en
lighten the poor and ignorant women
of the land concerning means and
methods of birth control?
Have you ever tried to'arouse them
to a sense Of responsibility in this re
spect Before you liave done this
have you any right to reprimand any
woman who, because of her igno
rance, has borne children into a world
Tgnqrance of these things Is gen
e'rally'the reason that 'children are
borne of pobr and diseased parents,
and thus from their birth destined to
a life in misery, to swell tfie army of
the unemployed, to fill the slums, the
prisons, the insane asylums and the
houses of prostitution. 'Indifference
and slovenliness may be the reason in
a few cases, but in very few. The
church has always taught and still
teaches that babies are Sent into the
world by God. And thousands of
women of the working class believe
it T. J.
. PROSPERITY HERE!! LISTEN!!!
Editor Day Book Arrangements
have been made to secure several
thousand acres of beautiful land,
with gravel and sand hills, suitable
materials for building " purposes,
about 25 miles southwest form the
Through the influence of Marshal
Peld and'the Boston Store, right of
way will be granted to put in a Jour
track Sud-Way to the outskirts of,
Also an independent water system
will be put in, commencing at. 6 miles
out in the lake. There will be no
wooden stairs going into the intake.
All excavations "will be dumped In the
lake, making land to be donated to
Capt Streeteror the L C. R. R.
Streets will all be graded, paved,
carlines, water, gas and sewer pipes
put in, shade trees planted, etc.
Lots- to contain one acre. Bunga
lows and cottages, 4 to 10 rooms, are
to be built by JBarron & Co., with
their concrete blocks, who will at
once put to work hundreds of men.
Schools with large halls for lec
tures and amusements will be erect
ed at convenient points. No churchy
es nor saloons to be allowed.
These homes will be sold to par
ties wanting them at 12y2 per cent
over actual cost, which will be very
low, as the material is at hand and
on terms to suit, interest at 5 per
All the above work will be com
menced at once, giving employment
to all that wish it, at a minimum
wage of $18 for a fr-hour week.
Surely this is prosperity. But some
wise one may ask where is the mon
ey' coming from to do this work.
Simplest thing in. the world.
Just make an arrangement with
,B50. Rockefeller to add y2 cent per
gallon on oil for a few montns, ana
in his philanthropic way donate the
amount and pay all bills.
For three reasons Mr. Rockefeller
is chosen to finance the job. The
first, as he has the monopoly of oil
he can make the price. The second,
he and Mr. Barron both belong to
the same church, and church men
are clannish- The third, he is prac
tically the, government Sure the
government can do it.
It has built the Panama canal cost
Is to build a railroad in Alaska to
It has also given the bankers
$1,500,000,000 on wild cat security,
at 2" per cent.
' Will he do it?. No.
To continue the present system
(which it is evident e .has" no desire
to change) it is necessary to liave a,
large number of unemployed, in or
der to keep wages low. If the lard
times are continued long enough alf