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establish a system of alleyway ob
structions. Each landlord possessing
a property adjacent to an alley should
take it upon himself to erect a gate
way closing the space when not used
during the late evening or very early
morning. It would prevent a pas
sageway for running criminals and
would lessen eviL
Having no place to run but the
open street an escaping hold-up man
would find himself greatly harassed
and in an easy position for capture
by passing pedestrians. Charles
Goodman, 1401 S. Jefferson St
CLAIMS FORD'S IDEA
New York. Herschel Parker, arc
tic explorer, declares Henry Ford's
plan for a baby submarine did not
originate with Ford and claims that
he himself deserves credit for the
idea, which, he says, he gave to Ford.
"Who is Parker, anyway?" was
Ford's only reply.
Nearly half a million Armenians
have been slain by the Turks because
they were christians. Respectfully
referred to a christian kaiser.
T MOTHER JONES SAYS JOHN D.,
JR., IS MAKING FOOL OF HIMSELF
Washington, Oct. 1. "John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., is making a bigger
fool of himself than ever on this trip
of his through Colorado," Mother
Jones, "miners' angel of mercy," said
"And I'll tell him about it the first
time I see him."
Mother Jones is here to see Pres
ident Wilson and intercede for the
structural iron workers imprisoned
at Leavenworth, Kan., for complicity
"Tfiis trip won't do Rockefeller any
good," said Mother Jones. "I told him
to go to Trinidad alone, call all his
miners together and hear their griev
ances. Instead he is out there, sur
rounded by his satellites, MacKenzie
King and the rest, and he is seeing
only what they want him to see.
"Dancing with the mine boss' wife
and borrowing the mine superinten
dent's night gown when' he sleeps in
his cabin will not put any more food
in the stomachs of the underpaid
miner ana ms wue ana Danies.
.was coming out when I was in Colo
rado two weeks ago. I would have
made it my business to see that he
saw the things he should see."
DONT AGREE WITH JOHN D.f JR.
Chicago labor leaders and univer
sity professors who are students of
labor and political economy do not
favor John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s, plan
of a "court of capital and labor," to
settle all disputes.
A. F. Whitney, vice president B. R.
T., voiced the sentiment of most of
them when he said: "I think a body
of men like that would be controlled
by capital or capital would not be so
anxious for it"
At Johns Hopkins university water
was made to boil after five hours'
paddling. The small boy can beat this
record by four hours 59 minutec.