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BflESIS [lf MEI
The eeterteinment put on by the
Aberdeen Central Labor Council m
dey evening proved to he e jolly et
teir. A lune repmentetlone or the
local “bee 111 m‘uere preeent.
everyone expreeeiu then-seine en
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m eflerteinneete. end It I re
cent meeting they decided the: it wee
tile the the men enterteieed
the We.
fleet of the men bringing retreeh
nehte edmitted thet the mung wee
done by their wivee. Brother Brech
hreed. being e bechelor. cleaned that
he heted the (our oetee deleted by
hlneelt. He received e number of
couplilleitte on the ewell job
heheddone enlsetewey'ith it un
til the leet are m teken tron the
box end In. Deuterium found.
The Leaner! were-w dtehee end
mwe need. lie ens-mime
"P any. We mlete net
wee on bend. ‘8 “tile the time
to mm We." end found
when letting the hhlee that no turke
were on head. Jult why the Lean?
dry Worker- did not owe torn wee
lomevrhet of e myetery- until the sec
retery of the lace! subbed that the
members were umbie‘te no the im
plemehte without denser to their-i
phyetosnomtee. Brother Morris 0:13
the “Plumbere mueed the delenteel
with the never telling coffee urn. ‘
After the rem-mints had been
'eefied the moo o! the evening
wee med et our“, live tehlee of
five Ignited hole; in pm until
ewe beer. “ e
DIRECTOR CLIFFORD
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receiptspeytsxeshegsemoetigportantquestion. Ass
nether of feet Mme-celled hag-“lrene“: mute
Ywhoclelivertheeeshsndmethe “' ”‘lloettuesere
lshctpeldindireet‘lybythgsewhopurchmmtor
leese the commodity thst is‘hxed. The reel texpeyer is
theeonsumeroruserlfidhsmshistexwhenhepeys
for the article that he m or uses. Whether the
ts: is collected from the m. the wholeseht. the cer
rier, the msnufseturer, or the producer of rev msterlels
itmattenlitflqssitisppssdonfrommystsxetothe
ultfinste consumer. aflmhneyer then is not the
landlord who holds the K ,7 but the renter who pays
to the lendlord the nose ’ ’thst includes the tsxes;
not the farmer who raises but the city dweller
who este them; not the; " _ stockholders but the pes
m “who psy the f #73}; i ,
It follows thet the Wye! government which taxes
tupport are not pmvlclfl-WJOI- “gm of prop
erty who present the hi imam receive fit mount,
but for the whole people who pay the cost of the gov
ernment. Ideally our ple: d Wment is a plan where
by all contribute to itt out fl ill receive its benefits.
IMMEW MB MM EXAMINIIB BlllS
BflMPEISATIflfl ISSIK llElllSlflN [XPEBTEI]
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j The Injunction bill providing for n
Jury trio! in injunction once. which
wee introduced by Senators undon
and Oman, wu given 5 hearing be
fore the mate indium committee
loot week. The mumm’ egent 0:1
the out. Montion of Labor ep
peend Before the committee on be
half of the men-Ire end was given a
reepocuble booting. The bill he
beenreportodont to the lon-to withe
majority recommendation tint it do
not you, but with n minority report
lined by senator Lnndon recom
mending that it do pun. The bill mny{
get on the Mrtdnriu‘wmw
ent week. ' " ”5 ‘
The mi‘new‘ till provim a
mine contain: been! end the exam
inetion and certification of M. in
troduced by Representative Cantield
o! Cle Elum. wu given 0. hearing loet
week before the house committee on
m»:- end labor mums-fl The hm
had been previously referred to the
committee on mines end mining. but
an. to the known nonunion: of a
Mority of the members of that com
mittee to the meagre, a. successful
snort we: mode to have the bill re-
m was-W“ * “"6?!“on ha
gMor autism.
A heuing wee held leet Fridey et
ternoon on the meeeure and President
Flylik of the Minere' Union end
Preeident Short of the Stete Feden
itlon 0! Labor spoke on hehelt oi the
manure. Helen. Betting end Marion.
repreeentinz the Pacific Cont Coei
comm. Ir. Henley. r‘epreeentin“
the Bey” mine. end Mr; Wilton,
representing the Cerbendeie Coal
compeny. spoke before the commit
tee mint the meeure. The iehor
committee has not yet made its re
port, but e. muority report tevoubie
"to the meeenre is expected to be muie‘
mus veek. The fight on the indus
‘triel ineurenoe measure in about at a
‘head end it in expetced to go on the
Ihouee celender thin week. All three
;meaeuree ere in the hand- ot the rules
committee. The industrial insurance
committee of the honee hna recom
mended the indefinite poetponement
of both the Beeler and Murphine
bills. The Beeier hill in the State
Federation meuure. while the lur
phlne bill in the state adminietretion
measure. A substitute bill prepared
On-the Road of Good Intentions
Friday Having.
iéoittnled on Page 811.!
STRIKER IS FREED
0F ARSON CHARGE
Chene- thnt railroed etrikerl oi
Avril-see hed burned bridge. and
:oeu-ittea other depredetione ton
‘lm when the circuit court of Beer
?cy retereed e verdict of not guilty
ill the proeecutioe at George Welch.
er. e etriher. loomed oi deetrom e
hridn et Letone on Jenni-y 18.
The prosecution mete fiery effort
to eecure conviction. ceiling more
then 40 witneeeee. but Whicher wefl
able to prove that he wee not hen
the m when it wee fired. Hie ec
quittel wee received with eppieuee
by the eedie-oe in the court room.
A reporter recently teetiiied that
the tiree were eterted by burning
out! Cropped trout MB! tire bone
at the locomotives. -
Keenwhile the Ariel-es mob etili
ruiee with violenee. mietreetiu
may of the Itrikerl.
SM HAT MfllfiAlS
GREATEST MENABE
Violators of low In high pieces were
classed among the most dsncerons
ndiosls in the country by Dr. Albert
Bushnell Her-t. professor of history
snd constitutions] government in Hu
nrd university in n spoech in New
York Cityi.
'The spotter used the word “radi
oni" in the sense or those who “went
,n new deal." He defined “conserve
tives" so those who sny. “Let's lesve
well enough slone.”
Dr. Hart pointed out that the (odor
sl constitution cousins within itself
tun provision for its nmondment, snd
thst the right to use an nmendment
of the constitution is the constitu
tionnl'right of every citizen.
For'every radical hbor group. said
the speaker. there in an Anaconintlc
map of employen. The letter. he
said. not up government; 0: their own
In indutrid tom. 1
i "In women Pennulvenh." be con
‘tlhmdx' towns in fréqueillf‘b’ivhed
in mining end manuhcturinx com
psniu who don't permit anyone to go
>uto the town: on election day.
These are the types of companies
Itlnt employ Armed guards." ‘
} Dr. Hm criticised the Knnul In
‘dultrhl court which attempts to take
from workers the right to strike.
Tm: 11w. he declared, would let up
1 system at me anon; the in
dustrial clan-cl. .
in referring to the ndicalism oi
the courts the Ipeeker laid courts
ere acquiring an authority not poe
leued by the legislative or executive
branches of government. and that it in
in only recent years that the court.
are declaring laws unconstitutionnl.
"We hove n right to protect our
government end clvllixetton." Dr.
Hart laid. "but we live under a sov
ernment of law. Hence we must find
means under the law and the conetl
tution. We cnn't tlke the luv Into
our own hands. We must change the
luv to meet conditions or the govern
nient Inuit Ml Into the bend- ol any
one ltronx enough to tote It.
"If we are going to have a republi
can form of government we must
hove a government of law."
OFFICE OF LAIOI mm
1' NORTH B STREET
PHON‘ 214
POITOFFIOI IOX 240
Price 6 Cents
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[MKS INHIHMAIIIIN
Bonner leCumbor. the lune duck
from North anou. mud. n bin-r t!-
tnck upon the building an: workers
In the Senate recently and van aim:
to tuh by Senator Brookhu-t o!
lovn.
:Ilchmhar charged that pleaterere
in Phlladelyhla were letting 883 a day
and am he coadneton um they
were making about $9,000 a year. He
called upon the lemon to so on
etrike until labor wee “deflated." All
the asricnltnriete' tronblee. he argued.
were in lane part due to the high
waxes received by induetrial workere.
Another one of playing both ende
agalnet the middle. At heat them ie
no talk of the Harbor bricklayere
etarting a bank or the employee in
the mills and campe either ae tar no
that goes.
Senator Brookheart endeavored to
pin Senator Mchmber down to bra“
tack: and dlecovered that the latter
had no real information on the «Meet
he wae diacnaeing.
lt wee pointed out by the lowa Sen
ator that building tradee werkera are
Idle mun! dun during the you. and
flat the Home umlm were con
“doubly lou thnn the tum “AM by
the lune duck.
Inning. of Workout
AI Ihowlnx more clearly what
workers are getting for their eervicee.
Senator Breather: quoted from the
teeumony (than by the Senate com
mittee Investigating the on luau-try.
which shows that the Standard 0"
company of Indiana. which pays the
hlzhelt profits and the blue-t Itock
dividendl, paid: It: 15.000 employee
who get leu than 85,000 a year the
extremely mode-t even-age at SI,OOO a
year.
"Would thm Sumter con-ider tlnt
1n excessive wue to he paid to thou
“-1..“ M m".
The tumor. continued the low: Senn
tor, will not be taken in by the wild
statements of Senator McCumbor.
1 "The farmer known.” uld Mr.
Brookhnrt. "thnt the get- cnly 21
cent. out of every dollar the labor
ing nun pay- tor hll productl. while
the hhorinz Innn ;etu only :6 cent.
out of every dollnr which the farmer
pen for the product 0! labor."
Denim Flm Wdo.
aerator IcCumber‘l stuck also
(Continued on Pun 81x.)
NEW HflM lIISPflSES
[lf ENTIRE STIIBK
The 'Blyth t Blyth clothin. store.
recently puroheeed by A. J. Helxh
end Pt 8. Murchison end now known
en the A. J. Hainh. lnc., hnve doclded
to dinpoee of the entire Itock heerln:
the Blyth & Blyth lehel. end ere
therelore holding n cloning out eele.
The entire stock in offered the Her
hor people et greetly reduced pricee.
When Ir. Blyth decided to dilpoee
of bin clothing buineee. hnvinz con:
tidence in the Herhor'e tutnre. Mr.
Rein end Ir. Inrehteon bought the
etore. Ir. Reich. preeldent of the
film. coniee to the Hnrhor highly
neon-ended ee en emcient bueineee
Inen end e good Judge at clothing end
Inen'n tnrniehinu. Wishing to net
‘hetter eeenninted with the people of
the Hen-her. he wenld he planed to
hnve ell e! the old canto-nu of the
etoreendnlnnynewoneeeolne in
dnrin; the nele to nuke their ec
quintnnen.
Ir. Inrehtnen. vice preeident. hee
been eenneeted with m & Blyth
for e nn-her et nun. end b well
hnewn to the Herhor people. The
um l'rene wiehee both at the new
preprietern my yeere oi eecceee in
their new endertehing.
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