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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 10 March 1911

Sarsaparilla Will purify your blood, clear your complexion, restore your appetite, relieve your tireil fi el in:, build you u:. He sure to take it this spring. Oft It In ii-iuil I' tablt-tn rililr.l S ir i form fir 'tvroat4 for Coughs 6 Coldsh WHEN SHAW WAS SECRETARY Statesman Preferred Lunch of Apples in His Room to Dinner In Hotel Restaurant. Leslie M. Shaw, formerly pcrix'tnry of the ti-pnsiiry. i In WiishiuKton for a fi'v thiys visit Ins IiIh old friends nt the c!iiiiol and in the il"i;ii'tiiunts. "Shaw," sulci a cabinet nflirer, "was one of the mysteries of the Roosevelt administration. From the time he be came secretary of the treasury until ho went Into the hanking business we were unable to deride whether he was a second Russell Sage in the matter of personal expenditures. I ran across Shaw In a big western city, and for the salte of spending a pleasant eve ning together we got a suite of rooms at the same hotel. "At lunch time I proposed that we go down to the dining room, ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 10 March 1911

"K T New OF Made Public His Resignation How Gen. Jacob D. Cox of Ohio Com pelled Grant to Permit Him to Retire From the Cabinet. Jacob D. Cox, major general In toe Union army, governor of Ohio, secre tary of the Interior in Grant's first cabinet, president of the Wabash rail road, member of congress, president of the University of Cincinnati, mil itary historian, and eminent In micro scopy, was born In Montreal in 1828. General Cox was elected governor of Ohio while still In active command in the Union army, and ho resigned that command so that he might be inaugu rated as governor In I860. Iietwcen him and General Grant, and especial ly between him and General Sherman, a warm friendship, which ripened into close Intimacy, was established. It was in part due to this friendship that President Grant, in 18C9, asked Gen eral Cox to enter his first cabinet as secretary of the Interior. A year and a half later General Cox resigned the office of secretary of the Interior, and, while leadin...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

vtfiiw'WjHWfiyni , "3r"pr'ar'Try'fj-f"- rn?rirw rvyr t " i iwnywyw'T,p wny " ' 'Jwpf gflT1 r"Vff jjp mnporr vf BBaejsjsjsjsejpeaasjsjsjsjsfyejsjypsfi " 5ssJiEKaBS f 7 "rwi -vr mi; u WIFFrnT" f v-)W if IS MKOTA COUNTY HERALD. i I In? BT MOTTO--All The News Wfeea It Is Newt. VOL. 19. DAKOTA OITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAROH 17, 1911. NO. as.- n ,' ! i" v uv rj&Eb. W . TAX LAW 15 UPHELD UNITED 8TATE8 SUPREME COURT HOLDS CORPORATION TAX 18 CONSTITUTIONAL. LONG CONTEST AT AN END justice Day Reads Decision Law Pro vldes That All Incorporated Bodlet Shall Pay Tax on Net Income Above $5,000. Washington. Without a dissenting jplnion tho Supreme court of the Uni ted States Monday handed down Its decision holding tho corporation tux law constitutional. Thus ended a con troversy waged almost continuously Blnco President Taft suggested its enactment to congresss.a Justice Day read tho decision In tho corporation tax caso suits testing tho law having been brought from every section of tho country...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

K A tl.. 5 Li. r rcr r k i r i j5wr " 5. tfpt fSS' I'll " I. SZfc - 1-- "" U' 5j-i 1 o r' o' y ' r-c o- ay DAKOTA CITY HERALD JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA. A BLOW TO TIPPING. Tho tipping evil has been dealt a crushing blow In tho placo where, above alt others, It haa flourished ram pantly la thla country. In New York, whera every personal aervlco, no mat tar how slight and well paid (or, calls lor gratuity, the discovery has been made that the raal beneficiary la not always the person the gift is Intended far, bat a kind of small trust which haa been formed to rake In this easy saeaey. la many places of publlo re. art la New York, freo cheokrooms are provided. BYom the majority of those iwhea ha servos each check boy re slves a Up. A concorn came to the Iront act long ago and contracted with the proprietors of many of these places to take charge of tho check rooms. The rest was easy, says the Cleveland Leader. The boys were pivld two or four dollars a week for thei...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

'FT CL. The Lonesome fa By O. (Copyright by Alnslee Magazine Co.) ItOWN as a coftoo berry, rugged, pis toled, spurred, wary, Indefeasible I saw my old friend, Depu ty-marshal Duck Ca pcrton, stumble, with Jingling rowels, Into a chair in the mar shal's outer office. And becauso the courthouse was al most deserted at that hour, and bo cause Buck would sometlmos rclato to me things that were out of print, I followed him into talk through knowledge of a weakness ho had. For cigarettes rolled with sweet corn husk wore aB honey to Buck's palate; and though he could finger the trigger of a forty-five with skill and sudden ness, ho nover could learn to roll a cigarette. It was through no rault of mine (for I rolled tho cigarettes tight and smooth), but tho upshot of somo whim of his own, that instead of to an Odyssey of tho chaparral, I listened to a dissertation upon matrlmonyl This from Buck Caporton! But I maintain that tho cigarettes were im peccable; and crave absolution for myself. "...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

m- , 'jC ?'- T-jn. -"'' jVflr " .nwmsw' ?'. -- - . 1 r A AW.1 WJf" . -r-JnJfrf. - .W-F-!lJ v- -- t "-! -. . 4' 1 t 11 ITT" I' ; J r f. Br r2r- 7'jnX- riL fv S.- I JB Set. felt. '" HAS HO SUBSTITUTE H M5BE POWDER Absolutely Pure Ift onfy ksking powder mado from Royal Grape Stream of Tartar Dakota County Herald JOHN II REAM, PUBLISHER dubacriptton i'nee. $1.00 l'or Year. a weekly newBpaper published at Uafcota Oily, Nebraska. i'ermlHaion tins been grunted for the transmnHiori of this paper through the muiia uh Hrcond-class matter, Telephone No. 48. go today. Mr and Mrs Leo HnifiH, day ovonlng tlio oud caruo and God other near relative's, of Bnllx, Iotva,r- claimed Tor for hid own. Mnrgrot rived in the city Inst evening and will, was a nwect littlu girl and n grei accompany the others to Hubbard, ) comfort to hnr parents and to tlio homo ., , jcltclc, and oho will be greatly rnlnscd. Homer Star: A boy was born to "1J P'ck? his ohoiceHt rtowera. Mrs A M Nixon, last Saturday evening. 'f ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

! fie" m fen 3 V4 J . ' ' ARE NOW IN SIOUX CITY United Doctors, Specialists, Aio ut the Mondamin Hotol And Will Remain Until Sat ' uaday Eve., March 29th, NINE DAYS LONGER! Remarkable Success of These Talented Physicians in the Treatment of Chronic Diseases Offer Their Services! Free of Charge Tho United Doctors, licensed by tho htitto of Town for tlio treutment of deformities nud all nervous and chronio diseases of moo, women and childicn, offer to nil wlio call on thin trip, consult ation, exainiuatton, advico free, making no charge whatever, nxcept the aotual coat of medicine. All that is usked in return for these valuablo services is that every person treated will stato the re sult obtained to their friends unci thus prove tq tho sick nnd nillicted in overy city and locality that at lust treatments have been discovered that tiro absolute ly sure and certain in their effect. These doctors are considered among America's leading stomach and nerve specialists uud experts in the trea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

Hk?.r'.i''trKimrjftinTn nii.,;f,. .- . tjs i-9e.iK5.5 . -w "-- SF IC? ! "-- ! I If: ra ff rf. ii v fi&eLlTTi: Brown KILD jB-MEREDITH NICH0' ,-JJ "rl $ T-TTVW mAVXljfl cofrtKir pes km pes er TV MSM-uuntL coMnr M SYNOPSIS. Thomas Ardmore ami Henry Maine Oris wold stumblo upon Intrigue when the governors of North and South Carolina are reported to have o.uarrled. Grlswold .ill hlmlf with Iiarbara Osborne, (laughter of the povernor of Houlh Curu llna, while Ardmore espouses the cause of Jerry Dangerflcld, daughter of tho kov rnor of North Carolina. Theie two ladles are trying to fill tho shoes of their la thers, while the latter nre missing. Both states nre tn n turmoil over ono Apple weight, an outlaw with great political in fluencn. Unaware of each other's posi tion, both Grlswold and Ardmore set out to make the other prosecute. Uoth have forces scouting tho border. Grlswold rup tures ApplewHght, but Jerry finds him and takes him to Ardsloy, her own pris oner, tltiswiihl and Unrbn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

L . 'C l?itf ij flr..-: aft k'k' m- m' . W,. Bff'V IKESr - r &8F, SM 6 ' '.. 5v . iW t..fjt i ' ISM? Your for uni formity, , Your for great est leavening power. Your (or never failing results. . Your for purity. Your for economy. Your for every- thing that goes to make up a strictly high grade, ever dependable baking powder. That is Calumet. Try it once and note the im provement in your bak ing. See how much more economical over the hleh- prlced trnst brands, how ranch better than the cheap ana Dig-can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality moderate in cost. Received Highest Award World' Pure Food Exposition. W. N. U., 8IOUX CITY, NO. 11-1911. Loud apparel naturally proclaims the man. In the Spring cleanse the system and purify the blood by tho use of Garfield Tea. How a married man doesn't enjoy listening to one side of a spoony tele phone conversation. Garfield Tea corrects constipation, cleanses the system and purines tho blood. Good health is maintained by its use. The chap wh...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 March 1911

FRENCH MAKING AUTO SLEIGH .: LI 1.-3 1 hi i I h 1 .1 if ;i I; I1' b !; w New Or lSTERDAT Story of Trio How William Orton Got Appointment For Tim Campbell's Father and How Rotcoe Conkllng Upheld the Action. In tho Informal political history of the country tho late Timothy D. Campboll, Btntn nnnatnr and congress man from Now York's East Side, galnod fa mo when ho nalvoly nskod Prosldont Clovoland, "What's tho Con stitution between friends?" In tho realm of telegraphy tho late William Orton has a nlcho as ono of tho great president of tho Western Union Tele graph company. Long after his other doeds haro been forgotten Hoscoo Conkllng will bo remembored as the man whoso hatred of James O. Dlalne caused tho "Plumed Knight" to bo defeated for the presidency by drover Cleveland. "At tho time when Tim Campboll was chairman of tho commlttco on civics at Albany," said Mr. Orton, "a piece of 'strike' legislation affecting tho telegraph Interests wns Introduced in the legislature and had tho su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

A- OTA COUNTY HERALD. k$taic " MOTTO--AU The Mews When It ! Hem. (J , tf" , 7- - . v : "TTi VOL. 19. DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1011. nu. v. " ' "WTS'-S5t33- IKM ' "!K '.If I 1 oalSoctety SSBBBBS - T HL.1U"- ISBBBBh. ? OPEN LARGEST 01 GREATEST RECLAMATION PRO- JECT IN WORLD SUCCESSFUL. LY COMPLETED. COLONEL IS HONORED GUEST Cheering Crowds Congratulate Former President to Whom U Due Honor of 8tartlng Project Roosevelt Makes Principal 8peech. Roosevelt, Ariz,. Amid the cheers of thousands assembled to wit ness the formal opening of tho largest dam In the world, tho Roose velt structure acrosB tho canyon of the Salt river, MIes Ethel Roose velt, under tho direction of her father, touched the button that sent the Im prisoned waters of tho Arizona river rippling through tho vast system of canals that will transform this sun baked construction town and 200,000 acres of shifting desert sand into a veritable Garden of Eden. The arrival of tho Roosevelt party, who motored seve...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

v. "j. wi. wfuflww,fif',''n v .-H I 5 I IT ! 5 h tj ill M Li X , I Ll, iirr ' .4 U- 15 I. . r r r u DAKOTA CITY HERALD JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA. e THE PRICE OF PROGRESS. M i r Tho historic reluctance of Oriental races to Indulgo In reforms Ib llttto un derstood, but tlmo and oxpcrlonco will explain. Thcso racca aro old In exper ience and In wisdom. Therefore, thoy arts, always approhonslvo of tho ulti mate ends to which any reform will reach, bays the Detroit News. Japan has modernized rnpldly. It enjoys the benollta of a very Improved form of government. Out of this change de velops a gradual rise In tho status of the masses and ono of tho conse quences Is a dlucontent. Alexander II. of Russia emancipated 23,000,000 serfs In tho spring of 18(51, after giving nil landowners and serf masters three years' notices to prepare for tho event and Betting his own serfs froo as an example. In 1881 tho sons and daugh ters of tho emancipated ccrfs, having enjoyed tho beno...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

PisipipjBBasHPissFHspwaife iii l! ill ., -vTs- ,,fVvt.Jisf4-frta f f SANDERS THE VALIANT By ROY NORTON Copjrrlgbt by I ANDERS, moro than any ono else, felt tho Isola tion of It. With nil Its familiarity, thoro was a senso of great strnngo noss brooding ominously oyer tho scene. The big mill down In the hollow was there even us It was when ho went away to tho far east, but n year before the same shaft-house reared Its ungainly head above Its footing of leveled dump, tho tramway Btretched snakelike around the hills, and the blacksmith's shop squatted out on tho foreground. But every where thero was silence. A strlko was on cruel, relentless, long drawn and effective. And San ders' heart was filled with a great pity and a great loneliness, for many of these men were his friends, and they were fighting the greatest man in the woild, his hero, McCarthy tho man agor. It seemed preposterous that they should b9 at enmity with his Ideal. Why, McCarthy was every man's friend, If the man was o...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

v,V a M 1K? - A.w ! " k Is:' i J .us. ft il i Li s r I l r I S -- m T n n HAS NO SUBSTITUTE mm POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powdor mado from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar HOALUM.NQLIMEPHQSPHME Dakota County Herald IOHN II. KIJAM, PUI3L1SHUR nb-rription Price. $1.00 Tor Year. a weekly newspaper publisbod at takoiu City, Nebraska, PermirtMion has been granted for tho transmission of this paper through the iittiie as bpcoihI-cIhbh matter. Telephone No. 48 Official Paper of Dakota County 2o (:W)Mot()tooi') .? Items of Interest from our Exchanges PeU1i' Tiinex: Mim Luu Hirsh wuh in Hioux City Sunday. Sergeant Muff Items in Slonn, lo, Star: Martin Hawk, of Goodwin, NhIi, visited, ovor Sunday with rein ' liven. v Pender llepublio: Supt V E Vosh of Dakota oountv, was in and libout Puuder over Sunday culling on old time ftienris. Watorbury Items in Ponoa Journal: Mrs 'i'uoa Ciisey, of Vista, was operat ed on at St Vincent hospital Satur day morning for appendicitis. Pouca Journal : M...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

Uk 1 . .J6 , & L& ' 4; v r Pf'soy r V ' Ineper's Grocery Specials rrifin-i 1 in.ri.ru jiu"Lrj-rijrurijTjxj-uLO-roTj for Friday and Saturday Loltnco, per bunol Ofc Itadisbes, por bunoh 5( Celery, por bunoh, largo 10j Spanish Onions, per It) Gj Uanauas, pet doz 20$ Oranges, por iloz....20o, 25o and 8CC Apples, per pk C0$ 1 Salt Pork, best quality, por tb,...14 Qooil Dtioon, por lb 20$ 'nnd 224 Armour's Lnril, por lb 154 Home-made Lard, por lb 1G4 Fresh Jtroad nnd Bakory Oookies. ' Top price paid for Bugs and llulter. California Logan Uorrics, lb 854 Garden Seeds and Onion' Sets Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, All kinds of Dry Good". NoHuiih. M. E. Knepper's Grocery DAKOTA CITY, NEB. THE COMING WHEAT COUNTRY, Canada Fast Taking It's Place the Qranary of the World. as Canada's Tvhont growing bolt is four times greater than that of tlio United Stilt os, anil only b of Canada's grout agricultural area is under cultivation . There aro 171,000,000 acres of lauds which will make the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

iStTP,- I PI t J n f p 3 ITT 4v iu V ft eci 1 .! ?! I rn il u i Li 1 1 IK ? I fJ ff II US "( JlieiAM. 1JU Brown atftSLTm By, MEREDITH NICHJ 8YNOPSI8. TtwmM Ardmore and Henry Maine QrHwoW itumplfl upon Intrliru tin the crrrtnrars of North end South Carolina are reported to hare quarreled. Ortswnld allies himself with Barbara Osborne, rtaxiffhter of the s-orernor of South Caro lina, while Ardmore espouses the cause of Jerry ftwtwfl'M. daughter of the gov ernor of North Carolina. These two ladlfi are trytnr to nil the shoes of their fa thers, while the latter are missing Both states are In a turmoil over one Apple weUrht, an outlaw with irroat political In fluanoe. Unaware of each other's posi tion, both Orlswold and Ardmore set out to make the other prosecute Both have fort, J saouttnK the border, drlawold cap turea AppUwelRht, but Jerry finds him and take him to Ardetey, her own pris oner. Ardmore arrests a man on his Sropertr who aays he la Gov Osborne, feanwhlle another man Is arre...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

fe ,! 1? f, fc' 3 if U.' 'a aw -,. &' 0 jw1. It I ? V BAD CASE OP GRIP Caused Sore Throat and Ton silitls. Restored by Pcruna. Mr. W. H. H o u s 1 e y, Stony Point, Tennessee, writes: "Five yean CO I took a very severo cold which resulted In ( grippe. X never was o bad off. X was In bed several weeks, and when I did get up I had tonsilltla nd tore throat Mr. W. H. Houslay. "I tried to cure this for eighteen months, but It gradually got worse A doctor advised me to have my tonsils cut out, but I did not llko tho Idea. Another doctor examined me, and told me the samo thlnsr. I finally got a bot tle of Peruna, and after I had taken one bottle my throat was better. I bought and used a dozen bottle, and law I was going to get well, and I did." Rotten CIparette Paper. Much cigarette papor is mado from waste untarred hemp rope. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first put up 40 years ago. They regulate and Invigor ate, itomach, liver and bowels. Sugar. coaUd tiny granules. The Reason. "1 kn...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 March 1911

WIRELESS CONTROL OF BOATS tur Neura Young Australian Inventor Gives Dem onstration of Guiding Movements of Water Craft. A young Australian Inventor ha given successful demonstrations of a wtreleRs nppnratus for controlling th jby ,3Lfttuarflg J TURPENTINE. BY ELECTRICITY Five O'Clock Tea fltfUHL m I ist r 21 I ii- r rf Builder of Panama Railroad Commodoro Asplnwall's Efficiency In Caring. for Returning Gold Miners When Cine of Hit 8teamer Wa Stranded. In I860, following the discovery of gold In California, Commodore Will iam K. Asplnwall, Commodoro Van dorbllt's great rival In tho waters about New York, retired from his great shipping firm and devoted all hla time to building tho Panama rail road, across the Isthmus of that namo, and establishing steamship linos to connect it at Asplnwall (now Colon) from New York and at Panama for San Francisco. At enormous expenso and great loss of life, Asplnwall completed his rail road In 1855, and among tho homo-ward-bound gold seekers who had ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 31 March 1911

t DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. i MOTTO-All The News Whes It I Newi. r,$f. rqiv10"' VOL. 19. DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. NO. 30. -. n - r, a- 141 PERISH IN FIRE BCORE8 OF EMPLOYES DIE BY JUMPING FROM BURNING SHIRTWAIST FACTORY. OTHERS KILLED IN PANIC Fire Marshal's Inquiry Reveals Fact Workroom Was Death .Trap That Disaster Result of Cigarette Smok ing 86 Victims Are Identified. New York. Of tho 141 employes, mostly girls and women killed In a fire In Triangle Shirtwaist factory at the corner of Greene street and Wash ington place Saturday, 86 have been Identified. Seventy of tho bodies were those of girlB and young women, tho remain ing sixteen those of men. There are 12 injured in tho hoapllals. Scores of others moro or less seriously hurt were taken to their homos. The building was occupied by a number of factories, and at least 1,600 persons were at work when tho fire started. Tho victims were either burned to death or were crushed into lifeless forms on the pavements...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 31 March 1911

JK Fil lx.iU I'M h S3 m w V f iif . I! isrc RF X ft li f la if' In m i'i I 1!" til 13 iSr L. PTr DAKOTA CITY HEKALD JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA, CIVIC CON8CIOU8NES9. A New York lecturer In a recent Ad dress undertook to demonstrate that some of the practices of immigrants in this country, which are trouble some to the authorities, have their or lgln In the best Intentions and may b easily corrected whon the require ments of the American environments are made clear to tho now arrivals. To lllustrato his point ho told an In teresting story. A certain Immigrant mother of numorous offspring was several times haled to court and lined for hurling her ashes into the city street on which she lived, says tho Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin. With philosophic submission to arbitrary governmental tyranny she paid her flues and went her wny. Finally, a charitable person, explained to hor, in her own tongue why she sho.ild not throw her ashes Into the street. It then appearod that ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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