Our Brother in Red. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1897 Page: 7 of 8
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Ths Government Liquer Inquiry* j J D. FtooVefsllsr, a great em*
I ployer of labor, has iifeued a now
The exact scope of the investiga- edict against Sunday labor in his
tions regarding the economic aspects . Ore dooks. The men u iil be odl-
of the liquor traflie, now being car-, ed on at any hour of tha night
ries on by the Department of Labor] or day except frost 12 midnight
under the provisions of an act of Saturday to 12 midnight Sun*
Congress, is a matter of interest and
of frequdtot inquiry. Commission-
er of labor, Carroll D. Wright, tells
the '•Voice,"/" a letter, just what
the Department is and is ill4* tfoing
in the premises. Mr. Wright says*
the investigaeion covers the follow-
1, What has been done by great ( Like
employers of labor, like railroad! A. W. Barnard, of Naahvilla,
corporations, ect., to regulate ©rjj*n*uPin an airship from the
prevent the use of Iiquior among: ground. Ho only
I ^®nt twelve milas when ha was
Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson,
who is called the "Apostle of
Alaska," and is at present
Unintsd States Commissioner of
F-duOftlion Cor Alaska, waseleot
a« the Uoke l uoaat tho l>oauti-| •Irntt htl (h«br. blocka
ful room and i.fle.lad thai .ha fnr Mp Tho hopf (lf
ar...to bo niMtrem. ot Ibo tl .-lm.! through mind
.mtd (lie next day. Aunt IMh'a M A„ ,h(. >U(,
home and twin hahira were hrr f,|t Irft .lono to tho fiat,.
admiration, and she was proud
of the little eno's duvatioa to
Late in ths day tho door hell
rung, and a yeung friend wan
O! laughed Jennie springing
-w. naocicm- <=■ . ** uuoHi ami III"
odtrator of tha Pm'oyterian | "i' 'rom 1,10 ®o# tructi *;n „f „ j0wllj0«M
ral Assembly, at Kagle '^oc^ iious$. *'1 henv<| iho bell,
*_ j * I 4 r .. M *1 wn* over i
wn«- „ i"' h:,ug„h .uw",iime 4«-r „ uk. f
their employees, with some cvi-j w',0,, "• ^as
dance .f the result. ol such effort,? | to th breaking of a "rop."!!??
•> - Inataadof i bi.ket below, tha
.2. The cost of the liquor traffic
*1le capita! invested in it; the num-
* ber of people employed, etc.
3, The revenue received by
•overnment, Federal, State, coun-
ty, or municipal from the liquor
These arc the onlyphases of the
question which we have been abl
to touch so tar. The field
■hip has a biey<jl* frame and tho
•silsare controlled by moans of
*te pedals and handles.—Ex.
tie efforts she had been making
frost tho first warning. She
tossed tli'e child, she swung him
forward and downward, and thou
just us it seemed iih if ho must
'lie, tho marble flew from hi*
thru-it and he fell buck limply in
5 INDIAN MISSION
| CONFERENCE DIRECTORY
The marble bssft of Dr. Garland
tha gifi of the Alumni to the Van-
darbilt University, and the
bronze statnra of Commodore
Vandorbilt, presented by citizons
vork I of NashviMs, have both arrived
for the investigation is pobably1 an<^ are on exhibition in Nash-
more than two-thirds done. I think v'^eTenn.
we shall be able to send a report to The Working mpii'n Hetel,
Congress lute in the fall or early in *bich the Salvation Army has
the winter. 1 in Boston, charges 5, 10 and 15
The relation of the liquor traffic centa'or Edging, 3 cents for
to ciime, pauperism, and insanity | 8UPPer 5 cents for breakfast,
forms the subject of a very import | anc* ® for dinner. A bath is free
ant investigation by the Committee 1 ^ut no' obligatory. The house
of Fifty, and I did not feel at liber- contain 100 beds.
ty to take up this particular subject
officially at the present time.
Again, the Massachusetts Bureau
A call has been made through
the National Temperance Society
for the eleventh National Tem-
** ' "vm,ov,,a I ACIU-
of Statistics of Labor has conduct-1 perance Convention, to meet at
ed an investigation recently in (Saratoga Springs, Aug. 18.
this line. 18D7, Ecclesiastical and temper*
An investigation of the variou, JJ,0'ar" i"vlt«li t0 " 1
plans for dealing with the liquor _
traffic would hardly comt! . ° DaUom°re Advocate men-
within the scope of the Congress-! t:°n9 lh,at tWe is no •Iairn ,0
fOnsl inst? uction under 'which our unu8ual among the preach-
paeacnt investigations arc being 'hat Conference, and the
conducted. Baltimore Methodist ^ives a
picture of a church on its front
It will thus be seen that the scope page with a w;man on a bicycle I
of the investigation rather is (in front of the building.
narrow, and .touches those i
, t . , . The 8©cond annual session of
te-o ^ ,nvv'hrVaHt'M.'? th* F-irmount Ch.utauqm, a
«e o.ncd. What I, needed a., Kansa, City. Mo , opened on
author,tave exam.nauon and r.po.l June , an(J c|ose9 Jun<.Pj2 Df
for Aunt Beth, who would go
away as many has dono bo-
"No; I came to see yon,"
said her friend. l'f wentlo your
hensw first and found you were
here. I want jou to fro with me I
to the art gallery. Thore is u
beautiful painting, which is to bo
taken away in Hie aerning; it is
•nly here fer to day., and we
niUHt seo it. Hun and got your
but, for we will not have more
than time to go sad get back be-
Jeanie's picture loving eyos
brightened ; then xhe paused.
"But I can,t go, Madge. I'm
staying with tho children, you
MNonsense!" answered Madge
impatiently. "Why, you are
going to be here all night, arn't
you? And yon needn't lie gone
more than nn hour and a half.
You will be back in plenty of
time to 4*tuck them is their lit-
tle bed," aud all that sort of
thing. Can't 8u*an take care of
tbeiu?" "I'll be bu .y in the
dining room, but I can leave the
door open, and we c«yL get along
for a little while if Miss .Jennie
wntrts U go, said Susan, rather
slowly. She wa« putting coal on
the firo, and felt that the visitor
waited for her to peak.
44 There!" cried Madge, tri-
umphantly. /Now, get your
liat. Th«ir own mother leaves
them somel imes."
She wouldn't have left them to-
on the various phases of the drink vv r D , , .71 Dr* , " . . . , .
tradic, not omitting the relation of ChaiVa^u.man ^ "h 7 "kou-bt I would
social and persona! ucll-being. An I Ph/ ? here." Jenaio ur«d. -It
investigation hv the committee of 1° *hlvt ™i8l" ' « "ll ri^'. >' If. and
— ' c.large platform. 1 1 do «ant to see (he picture, hut
Rev. Dr. .Jno. E. Oodbey I could'nt feel comfortable about
says: "The M uhodiit Church ' going
will never be s- isfied with any-
thing but the complete suppres- . , «
though Madge called hi r *n
Fifty does not fill the bill.
An investigation by the United
States Commissioner of Labor.
which would be for the whole
country what the Massachusetts
Labor Commissioner did for that
0 ... mat cam
rtate, would be worth any number j ^
of inquires conducted by sclf-ap ' „ .
' : rograd
She would not lx persuaded,
sion of the 1 quior traffic. If
that cannot ba reached in our consience, and ftaally
shall consent to no re- ',trP*rt*d vexed and disappointed.
>grad" movement, and hope too, w.t^ dit ippointed.
and pray f..r full victory at ^ a'l ' ^ rd of the picture hr-
fore and had hoped to .^ee it
-ome time. Besides, it di«l neaa
a «cant return for all the t row Me
her friend had taken to let her go
Ion*. The fhroghf of seeming
in scarce more time
for the telling. It
« i ' 44almosta"
wan only one •* • ••
that li« so thic Hly ufd!\£ tbe prtlli
of tho daily life— the thingf that
nearly happen, buv not quite,
aud arc an npcedilf forgotten.
The color waa coming buck to
Clyde'* face, and he wmk
a half]frighten* /|, half frett.
by the lime Suaaii delivered . ,M r
incoherent luoasagennd returaci. '
When the doelor eame an Iwuira
later, both childron were peace-p
441 was out of town and only
enmebaekn few minutes ago,"
he asid. '*1 couldn't quito un-
derstand what wa* wrong from
the word I received, but I cmne
Ho was an old friend of the
family and Jeanie explained, sure
of ready sympathy.
44 Whet if I had not boen here?'
"he *aid, as they looked nt the
two rosy sleepers.
<4Butyoa were," he nniwered
soothingly, noting the nervous
tremor in her voice.
4'But I was tempted to go. It
seemed such a trivial neglect, if
indeed, it could be railed neglect
nt all, and yet—how awfully
great it would have looked to me
all the re t of my life!"
*4Ah.yei; if you had gone.
Kvciything in thi* world i« jf
hinge upon which something el.-e
*wing«," he *aid thoughtfully.
"And we can never bo sure that
any omitted duty will be atrifl*.
The liquor traffic, in all of its: least.
afHccts upon the personal and gen- ■ — « *•-
era! welfare, is of such vast impor- Hirgf|.
w ee as to demand thorough ex-j
ammation by the Government and ! *>()f cour-e. I can tike care of - . -
a Prions attempt ta get at impar* ■ thcin,,' said Jennie, w th a little unkind trouMed
trial results. • toss of her bright head. 4#Oran- rhil lrtn playad — ,mj Wim
Commissitfher Wrights investigi-, ma need- yon, Aunt Beth, and their lx>x «.f tots as if they were
tion wit) undoubtedly be excellent J yOU „4.en t l r- children are c#>n- quife capable of amn.-irtg them-
10 ^ua,i|y' bath is too limited «itaj leillcd with me." -elves, and peibap* they woidd
ent. Congress should be indue- • she toc aed a rubber ball doll to scarcely have mi rd b«r. .She
| - " *"PP'®,nent:'^>r *rt. en" Cluire as ah« spoke, and turned to« k up a l.#s k and tiicd to f ,r-
1 >rging the ffeld of investigati >n, so ' . , , ,, . .
nS ,0 • , , lo eateli the ball that (.Ivde* ifet ber annovan^e in readinsr.
• 0 include all the important1
phases of the drink problem —Ea
m 9 m I 1'iy I*# IIIIVFW l r« •
br, J. M Buck Icy ia announced ! ** «r fr " 1 «
to the 44Bicycle at Chautanqaa ; M, 1"** t'"' '
T'r*f Miaeoora State L'niver«ity
<01 stodeMa dariag the past
Kev. E. M. Pi|rin will aoon open
a school «.f high grade for firle
lr> Utile Rock, Ark.
ciiae, a# llewMl
has keen Appointed
ioo ry to Cbiaa and will laber
Jitile hands were uncertainly try- 8 id«lenly a • Iiyht « .a«l, «he
ing to throw t« her. The mo- *«* rce.y Li«ew haf dr# w ar
went jrirl- fen'ion to the ebildrsn. ind with
babie-. a q i ek cry «be -pran^ frr>ai her
*(), y# ! lean tra«t tlieiu -eat and eangkt the I ttla boy
with you, 'ear, and I'm ^.I.hJ I from the it or. The hoy wan
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else I'd I* •«' willing to l«a e pwrple. and 'h> bright niarfcleai
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principal emet or
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with them. 0« «l-bye.
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roll sway, t ut Her liliU *h«rj.es Stiam. hut the fr ir^*« d gir
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